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A House in Baltimore Tells Stories Across Its Walls, Windows, Towels, and Sheets

Joseph Young's MicroFiction RowHouse consists of short texts and fragments of a fictional family's history playing out across the surfaces of the artist's home. The post A House in Baltimore Tells Stories Across Its Walls, Windows, Towels, and Sheets appeared first on Hyperallergic.
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