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There's a Newspaper Being Made, Right Now, in a Museum There's a Newspaper Being Made, Right Now, in a Museum

by Alissa Walker

November 10, 2010

So each week, a different section of a traditional paper becomes an entire issue in itself, with everything from editorial meetings to graphic design (by Neil Donnelly and Chris Rypkema) to production to even some interviews happening within an "installation" at the museum. The first issue, focused on City, looked at urbanism through the frame of New York's 1977 blackout, which left the city reeling from riots and vandalism. The Sports section was just published as baseball season ended, with an examination of how sport shapes a city, and the way cultures interpret sport-related information. Right now Rapp and his team is hard at work on the Leisure section, where he's awaiting a particularly interesting assignment from a freelancer, he says. "Apparently they convinced a number of significant architects to open up their  refrigerators and take a picture."
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There's a Newspaper Being Made, Right Now, in a Museum There's a Newspaper Being Made, Right Now, in a Museum