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No. 43 BECAUSE A Columbia Lab Is Trying to Turn Corpses Into Glowing Installation Art Under the Manhattan Bridge.

AROUND 15 YEARS AGO, while Karla Rothstein was teaching graduate architecture students at Columbia and focusing on the city’s peripheral spaces, she took an interest in cemeteries. The city’s total cemetery space equals roughly five Central Parks, but inevitably, just as land for the living has become unattainably dear, so has

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