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It’s like we’re seeing ourselves again for the first time A steady stream of tourists stroll beneath Chicago’s Cloud Gate sculpture on a rainy, early spring day in March. Commonly referred to as “The Bean,” its mirrored surface gives visitors a glimpse of themselves and they want to capture it. This calls for a selfie. When tourists approach the rounded sculpture, phones at the ready, to look for their distorted reflection in the chaos of other moving figures, they wave colorful umbrellas or jump up and down to make their reflection more noticeable. The Bean makes it hard to be seen. One man

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