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Performed by six vocalists from the Los Angeles Master Chorale, Song Mirror is a new composition written by installation artist Doug Aitken and brought to life inside the Mirage Gstaad—the latest in a series of enigmatic mirrored buildings which he also has installed in the desert near Palm Springs and inside a former bank in Detroit.


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