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College students make musical instruments from trash in the L.A. River

“We’re used to navigating crowds,” Neuman said of her dance company, which is known for site-specific eco-choreography and activism. At the Soraya, her dancers will perform at a grove of trees, a fountain and Appleton’s “Alluvial Wave,” a gently bending, woven sculpture made from stalks held together by fasteners that were 3-D printed using plastic from the river.