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Outside Of The Hirshhorn Museum Transformed Into Giant Screen
"Doug Aitken's latest piece cascades across the Hirshhorn's entire 82-feet tall and 725-feet wide circumference, as the 'first-ever work of 360-degree convex-screen cinema' of this scale. To make it all happen, trees were trimmed, street lights got anti-glare, and the FAA was consulted to make sure the exhibit wouldn't disrupt flight landings." Washington Post 03/22/12
Posted March 22, 2012 08:48 AM




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