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Artist Stephanie Syjuco working at her Richmond Field Station studio for an exhibition that opens in November at the Smithsonian American Museum. Her project, "The Visible Invisible," features handmade historical garments sewn of chroma key green, a color commonly used in digital video editing processes.

Artist Stephanie Syjuco working at her Richmond Field Station studio for an exhibition that opens in November at the Renwick Gallery, a branch of the Smithsonian American Art Museum. Her project, “The Visible Invisible,” features handmade historical garments in chroma key green, a color commonly used in digital video editing processes. (Photo by Jin Zhu)

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