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The strange machines and eccentric hobbies of Invisible 

Invisible is, from left, Bart Trotman, Jonathan Henderson, Mark Dixon and Jodi Staley.

Image credit: Photo by D.L. Anderson

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Image Archives: Stories: D.L. Anderson

  • At N.C. Central University, the flag is raised for a Veterans Day ceremony.
  • Honoring service
  • At N.C. Central University, the flag is raised...
  • Photo by D.L. Anderson
  • Nov 14, 2012
  • At N.C. Central University, military veterans line up two by two.
  • Honoring service
  • At N.C. Central University, military veterans line up...
  • Photo by D.L. Anderson
  • Nov 14, 2012
  • At The Carrack Modern Art, Iraq veteran Jeremy Berggen began a community altar where visitors can add photos and notes to honor those who have served or are currently serving.
  • Honoring service
  • At The Carrack Modern Art, Iraq veteran Jeremy...
  • Photo by D.L. Anderson
  • Nov 14, 2012
  • At The Carrack Modern Art, Iraq veteran Jeremy Berggen walks through his installation "Strange Fruit," part of the larger exhibit <i>War Is Trauma&mdash;Art Is Healing</i> showing through Sunday.
  • Honoring service
  • At The Carrack Modern Art, Iraq veteran Jeremy...
  • Photo by D.L. Anderson
  • Nov 14, 2012

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