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An Underwater Art Show in Santa Monica Gives New Meaning to Immersive Art

At galleries and museums, a certain decorum is expected. For starters, visitors should keep a safe and respectful distance from the pieces. Sometimes they can take photos, other times they can’t. Some spaces encourage lively chatter, while others prefer silence. Machine Project, an educational arts non-profit organization with a brick-and-mortar...
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