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TIM GRIFFIN: We got the images you sent, but you’ll still probably have some conversations with our designer, Joseph Logan, in the next few days—just about how you see the different pictures sort of working with one another, how you want to see them laid out, what sorts of pairings you’d like to see. Even how many you imagine on a page.

MARY HEILMANN: OK, um, I’m good with that.

TG: And I might even ask you that right now, if you have any feelings about that.

MH: Uh, I haven’t thought about it too much, but I’m interested in doing that. I might even be able to . . . well, we’ll talk. And I’ve sent more images than we’re probably going to use.

TG: But, now, what was the arbiter, insofar as your selecting these particular images? What do you see as a common strand here?

MH: Well, the idea is still “signs and wonders.” And, um, I’m thinking about how images of things from high and low culture—and

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