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A performance by Amanda Moore of "Learning and Playing", part of an exhibit by the Urbonas Studio entitled "The Learning Machine". The exhibit which explores the symbolic relationship between women and the state, taking women's voices as expressions of the psychological impact of the Cold War on multiple generations, is at the Wolk Gallery, MIT from February 9th - April 8th, 2011.

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