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Photographer Leslie Williamson challenges us to redefine our understanding of the home, to see it as a portrait that captures something about who a person is.

Studying architecture helped me develop the ability to articulate creative process – understanding and communicating factors such as history, context and function is also relevant to curating.- MARIAH NIELSON, APIECE APART WOMAN. Photo by Leslie Williamson.

Studying architecture helped me develop the ability to articulate creative process – understanding and communicating factors such as history, context and function is also relevant to curating.- MARIAH NIELSON, APIECE APART WOMAN. Photo by Leslie Williamson.

In 1952, a trio of modernist masterminds collaborated on a low-slung home in Columbus, Indiana, for the late industrialist J. Irwin Miller. Eero Saarinen designed the building, Alexander Girard coordinated the interiors, and Dan Kiley handled the landscape architecture. Open to the public since May 2011, the space is now owned and cared for by the Indianapolis Museum of Art. Photo by: Leslie Williamson

In 1952, a trio of modernist masterminds collaborated on a low-slung home in Columbus, Indiana, for the late industrialist J. Irwin Miller. Eero Saarinen designed the building, Alexander Girard coordinated the interiors, and Dan Kiley handled the landscape architecture. Open to the public since May 2011, the space is now owned and cared for by the Indianapolis Museum of Art. Photo by: Leslie Williamson

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