Jessica Fuentes and William Sarradet discuss their visits to Dallas-Fort Worth’s newly opened Meow Wolf location.
“One of the things about truly great art is that it changes every time you revisit it; you bring something new to it, you see something new in it, and you get to continue to explore it in various levels over an extended period of time.”
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