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Experience the delight of illusion in this new work by artist and inventor Tristan Duke.
March 12, 2020–TBD
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Experiment with thoughts, feelings, and social behavior.
Think with your hands and explore your creativity.
Experiment with light, vision, sound, and hearing.
Investigate the living world.
Uncover the history, geography, and ecology of the Bay Area.
Explore winds, tides, and natural phenomena.
Explore distant realms of musical possibility: unheard sounds and undiscovered music
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Friday, April 18, 2014 • 12:50–2:05 p.m.
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