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When making her elaborately layered collages—which are as big as 6 feet tall—Sara Cwynar favors discarded household items that have colors and fade patterns that match the photographs she’s chosen. She also tends to throw a newer item in there, like an iPod, to remind viewers that they’re looking at
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