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Drylab Town

Bring eight people together for a month in an almost-abandoned hamlet in the middle of the Mojave desert, restrict them to four gallons of water per day each, and see what happens. That was the project, a hybrid science-art experiment with ASU students. It started off as a water exercise and became a study in cooperation that none of them expected. None of them will ever forget it, either.

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