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Greg Kress, a physics graduate student at Stanford in 2012, installed a geodesic dome constructed out of corrugated cardboard hexagons in the decommissioned facility called End Station II, which used to be the second endpoint for the old linear accelerator that is no longer in use. He called it the Imaginarium.

Performance and video artist Jeremiah Barber was teaching a video class at the time and used the dome as a screening room for the final projects of his students.

I photographed the videos he and the students projected into the interior.