Outside, by MCAD’s front steps, an audio installation features narratives of people describing attributes of each of the exhibit’s ten featured downtown buildings; it’s accompanied by a large, vinyl floor applique inviting the passersby to “LISTEN” to the building.
Outside, by MCAD’s front steps, an audio installation features narratives of people describing attributes of each of the exhibit’s ten featured downtown buildings; it’s accompanied by a large, vinyl floor applique inviting the passersby to “LISTEN” to the building. Francisco Javier Moraga Escalona
Outside, by MCAD’s front steps, an audio installation features narratives of people describing attributes of each of the exhibit’s ten featured downtown buildings; it’s accompanied by a large, vinyl floor applique inviting the passersby to “LISTEN” to the building. Francisco Javier Moraga Escalona

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September 08, 2015 5:05 PM

New exhibit helps the blind and those with sight ‘see’ downtown Miami architecture

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