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    • Building in which Tuskegee began

    • Johnston, Frances Benjamin (1864-1952);
    • Photograph of a reproduction of a church in which Tuskegee began. There is a large sign of text explaining this on the side.
    • Black and white photography;
    • Untitled

    • Peili, Zhang (1957- ); Jianyi, Geng (1962- )
    • Still image of a performance in which the artists wrapped themselves in newspaper
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    • Looking For a Missing Person

    • Fadong, Zhu (1960- )
    • Installation and performance in Kunming, Yunnan Province, in which the artist walked around the city looking for himself
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    • Quadracci Pavilion, addition to the Milwaukee Art Museum Expansion

    • Calatrava, Santiago (1951- )
    • Expansion of the Milwaukee Art Museum which features a kinetic structure: a bris-soleil with louvers that open and close like the wings of a bird. (Side view looking North) photo by Alan Magayne-Roshak
    • Concrete; Glass; Steel; Coil Cables
    • Raderkanone

    • Talbot, Romaine
    • Wheeled Cannon Camera used ferrotype dry plates, which could be developed immediately in a small tank under the barrel (used by Romaine Talbot of Berlin)
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    • Xerox PARC Alto Computer

    • Palo Alto Research Center; Shoup, Richard
    • Computer components which used Bit-mapped graphics, a mouse, menus, and icons
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    • Poster

    • Mount, Reginald (1906-1979);
    • WWII Propaganda. "The easy girl-friend spreads syphilis and gonorrhoea, which unless properly treated may result in blindness, insanity, paralysis, premature death"
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    • The Attitudes of Animals in Motion

    • Muybridge, Eadweard (1830-1904);
    • Plate E, Operating Track, covered with rubber flooring, crossed with lines 12 inches apart, over which the animals are caused to move
    • Black and white photography;
    • The Attitudes of Animals In Motion, Plate D

    • Muybridge, Eadweard (1830-1904);
    • Front of operating room in which are arranged parallel with the track, 24 cameras, at a distance of 12 inches from the center of each lens and an electro-shutter in front of each
    • Black and white photography;
    • New World Trade Center

    • Libeskind, Daniel (1946- );
    • Four part structure; a scalpel-like tower for working, a thin tower for living, a hanging memorial and a vertical garden which would run between the living and working towers.
    • Digital print on foam core;
    • Coquelicot; Poppy Petals, France

    • Goldsworthy, Andy (1956- );
    • Poppy petals wrapped around a hand which is photographed with green grass in the background
    • Poppy petals
    • Diagram Last Supper

    • Da Vinci, Leonardo (1452-1519);
    • The fictive room depicted in the Last Supper appears as a 3-D model beyond the position on the wall which the painting occupies
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    • The Bridges of Konigsberg; Topology Network Theory

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    • Theory: It is impossible to cross all the bridges without recrossing at least one: in such a network some retracing is inevitable whenever there are three or more points at which an odd number of pathways converge (Leonard Euler 1707- 1783)
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    • The Ohio Project(7)

    • Lee, Nikki S. (1970- );
    • Nikki as a lower class teenager, in a strapless tank and pink short shorts, sitting on the arm of a chair, in which a man, with confederate flag in the background, is looking at his rifle.
    • Color photography
    • Emoter (detail)

    • Hawkinson, Tim (1960- );
    • Patterns of light and dark emanating from a television set are translated into signals that control the features of his face, eyes, ears, nose, mouth - all of which have been cut up and hinged together into a two dimensional puppet.
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    • Emoter (detail)

    • Hawkinson, Tim (1960- );
    • Patterns of light and dark emanating from a television set are translated into signals that control the features of his face, eyes, ears, nose, mouth - all of which have been cut up and hinged together into a two dimensional puppet.
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    • Emoter (detail)

    • Hawkinson, Tim (1960- );
    • Patterns of light and dark emanating from a television set are translated into signals that control the features of his face, eyes, ears, nose, mouth - all of which have been cut up and hinged together into a two dimensional puppet.
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    • Emoter (detail)

    • Hawkinson, Tim (1960- );
    • Patterns of light and dark emanating from a television set are translated into signals that control the features of his face, eyes, ears, nose, mouth - all of which have been cut up and hinged together into a two dimensional puppet.
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    • Inner Sky

    • Abramovic', Marina (1946- );
    • Large iron sculptural form, reminiscent of mountains, welded above three poles, under which a viewer can stand.
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    • Untitled

    • Friedman, Tom (1965- )
    • The artists had obliterated a photographic image of himself by drawing thousands of arrows which point to different parts of himself directly on the photograph.
    • Ink on C-Print
    • President Paul Kruger

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    • (President of the Transvaal Republic against which Britain waged the second Boer War) Intarsio ware
    • Earthenware, glazes;
    • Scrovengi Chapel

    • Giotto (1266-1337);
    • 1842 engraving showing Scrovengi arena chapel with portico added after Giotto's time and the palace( pulled down 1880) Which enrico Scrovengi, Teginaldo's son, brought and redecorate. All built on the Roundations of the Roman Amphitheater.
    • Engraving;
    • Lagoon, woman's building

    • Hayden, Sophia G.
    • a young graduate of M.I.Y. the only building at the fair for which there was and architectureal competition the winner received a $1,000
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    • Color is Power: 29

    • Walker, Robert
    • New York; A red Mustang infront of a yellow taxi, which is infront of an orange building
    • Colour photography
    • Twilight (detail)

    • Jonas, Joan (1936- )
    • Still image of performance by the artist, in which she kneels with a hoop vertically encircling her body, near a television as a source of illumination
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    • East Portal

    • Turrell, James (1943- )
    • Luminal; three views of the east portal as one walks through the 810 foot long tunnel leading to the ellipse, which at first appears as to be a circle; Roden Crater project near Flagstaff, Arizona
    • Earth

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