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Time works in circles, and answers are nonexistent in Yasmina Chavez' Floss & Gravity.

Yasmina Chavez’s farewell exhibit takes us to that space between control and the authority of nature

July 30th, 2014

Time works in circles, and answers are nonexistent in Yasmina Chavez' Floss & Gravity.

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