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A Performance Where Victorian Mourning Braiding Meets Neuroscience

Artist Nene Humphrey’s 'Circling the Center' is a striking visual metaphor for grief. The post A Performance Where Victorian Mourning Braiding Meets Neuroscience appeared first on Hyperallergic.
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