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Photography for Futurefarmers' A Variation on the Powers of Ten, inspired by the 1977 Eames educational video, Powers of Ten. Amy and Michael interviewed and picnicked with scientists whose expertise occupy one of the scales of human knowledge, from the cosmic to the microscopic. The installation was on display as a part of SFMOMA's Six Lines of Flight.