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Slideshow: Tavares Strachan's ''Orthostatic Tolerance'' at the MIT List Visual Arts Center

Tavares Strachan at the MIT List Visual Arts Center | Through July 11
By TAVARES STRACHAN  |  June 18, 2010

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Courtesy of Peggy Scott and David Teplitzky

Tavares Strachan, Finding My Way Home 2, 2010 | Cast resin and steel; 72 x 96 x 120 inches

From the exhibition "Orthostatic Tolerance:  It Might Not Be Such a Bad Idea if I Never Went Home," on display at the MIT List Visual Arts Center through July 11, 2010.

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