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Issue 2 Mapping Conversations Spring 2001

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How do you restore a giant Matthew Barney pound cake? Why will we be eating food with our noses soon? Where do you find the best clay to make fake pre-Columbian artifacts? What makes capitalists love Buddhism? Where do you find the recipe for the Brecht pastry? How do you make a radio-controlled chimpanzee? Answers available in issue 2 of Cabinet. The issue is 112 pages and comes with a special poster insert of Mark Lombardi's George W. Bush, Harken Energy, and Jackson Stephens and a postcard by Kim Jones.

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