Redmond, Washington and Ithaca, New York – Jenny Sabin is perched high on a scissor lift, her head poking through an opening of the porous fabric structure that shes struggling to stretch onto the exoskeleton of her installation piece, which is suspended in the airy atrium of building 99 on Microsofts Redmond, Washington, campus. “It” is a glowing, translucent and ethereal pavilion that Sabin and her Microsoft collaborators describe as both a research tool and a glimpse into a future in which...

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