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First Twenty Four Hours

window installation by Misako Inaoka

Thursday, January 1, 1970, 12:00 am, 0

“The installation ‘First Twenty Four Hours’ illustrates the location of the targets in Baghdad in the first 24 hours of the war. When a slow-moving light changes the shape of the shadows on a frosted glass window, an abstract image of the map becomes beyond recognition. It is also ordained to cast our abstract impression and knowledge of the war onto the busy street of San Francisco.”

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