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New York Times -Taylor, the director of the interdisciplinary program Land Arts of the American West at Texas Tech, met Tyng in 2010 when Tyng was commissioned by the ICA and the Graham Foundation in Chicago to create “Anne Tyng: Inhabiting Geometry,” a gallery-scale installation and publication.

When Anne Griswold Tyng entered Radcliffe College in 1938, she had already found her calling: her faith was in architecture. “I was intensely drawn to the combination of science and art, of the pragmatic and aesthetic, of rigorous facts and intuitive leaps,” she wrote, looking back nearly 60 years later.

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Taylor, the director of the interdisciplinary program Land Arts of the American West at Texas Tech, met Tyng in 2010 when Tyng was commissioned by the ICA and the Graham Foundation in Chicago to create “Anne Tyng: Inhabiting Geometry,” a gallery-scale installation and publication.

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