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The Green Show

 

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My favorite work, though, was featherlight — a yard-high, seven-millimeters-wide, unframable sliver of map called Slice of Greenland, by "Uncle Art," the alter ego of U-M School of Art & Design exhibitions codirector and part-time sprite Mark Nielsen.

The works are on display through Friday, November 9.

[Review published November 2007]    (end of article)

 

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