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"It's meant to give this sort of high temple of art feeling, which was Stieglitz's view of himself and his work, with the kind of hustle-bustle dynamic imagery and feeling of the city which was showing up by others," Yochelson said.
"Stieglitz loved the medium, he thought it was beautiful to have these translucent projected images," Yochelson said.