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Unidentified grass specimen from the field notes of André Goeldi

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Gauguin's Hand...Photographed by Julien Leclercq, who was interested in palmistry.

Book Installation Detail by Yeshiva University Museum Exhibitions, via Flickr

Part 01 // The Obliteration Room is a temporary interactive installation by Yayoi Kusama. The installation recreates an Australian domestic environment in/as a gallery space. The white room is gradually obliterated over the course of the exhibition, the space changing measurably with the passage of time as the dots accumulate as a result of thousands and thousands of collaborators.

George Clifford's herbarium sheet, which helped young Swedish scientist Carl Linnaeus to devise a structure for naming specimens.