Book ReviewLook Twice, then Again and AgainBarbara Probst interrogates the very idea of a single defining picture of reality by using multiple cameras to register the same moment from many different points of view simultaneously.Read More
Look Twice, then Again and Again
Barbara Probst interrogates the very idea of a single defining picture of reality by using multiple cameras to register the same moment from many different points of view simultaneously.
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