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With ‘Mutual Air,’ a San Francisco artist leverages the sounds of science

Despite increasingly dire assessments about the outlook for climate change, it can be difficult to remain mindful of our environment’s health on a daily basis. Jeffrey Brown traveled to the Bay Area to meet Rosten Woo, a San Francisco artist whose work offers an unexpected way to become more aware of pollution as we go about our lives: by listening to it.

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