mock-up of the physical model
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 Tagging key public places throughout the neighborhood
 Tina and Dameon work on perfecting the collage. It features photographs of Mexicantown and images from the research process.
 Grace He cuts foam "Perry-posts" that anchor the model at key civic hubs.
 Shen experiments with pouring resin over plaster forms
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 using the CNC router to mill acrylic sheets
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 David drills the frame of the model to the acrylic base
 Molten aluminum suggests potential forms at the project site
 Each layer of the model represents a different definition of the boundary of Mexicantown. 
 Mack fiddles with the final model before it gets shipped off to Venice.
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 Gavin, Merrill, and Nate look critically at the model.
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 Maria and Gavin adjust lights to photograph the exhibition pieces
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 crating the exhibition pieces to ship to Venice
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 synopsis at the exhibition, photo by Eddie Krenson
 Mack & Merrill have set up their studio in a former Rolls-Royce dealership
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