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Steve McQueen, on a Different Wavelength

Steve McQueen, on a Different Wavelength

The New York Times · 10 May, 2024 @ 16:41

The artist-turned-film director Steve McQueen finds new depths in “Bass,” an immersive environment of light and sound in Dia Beacon keyed to Black history and “where we can go from here.”

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