Art professor Sara Pedigo tells us about how you can play a looking game every day and get more pleasure out of what you see.
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ON MAY 24, 2014
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@ VOL 125
ON MAY 28, 2015
In referring to Japan's intrinsically and simultaneously traditional and futuristic duality, Woodbury University architecture students on a Japan study away trip ask, "are the shrines and neon places separate from each other?"
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BY HAWORTH HAYHOE
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