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Hans Tutschku

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Maria Molteni (left, photo 1) and Hans Tutschku worked on the installation in Byerly Hall. Tutschku (photo 2) gave the exhibit a whimsical touch. “It’s a little machine, which reacts to people,”  he said of the collection of antique cigar boxes stacked on top on each other. They emit sounds that are triggered by motion detectors when people walk by (photo 3).

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