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Joshua Smith

What intrigues us so much about the miniature? In one respect it offers little more information, if any, than its full-scale subject. Yet the singular act of shrinking the familiar forces our attention onto the very aspects of our built environment that we tend to otherwise overlook or, in some cases, choose to outright avoid. It is these conditions of the anonymous urban background that

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