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Two of my favorite things are microscopes and scuba-diving,”says Robert Woodward C’71, the Philadelphia-based artist knownas Peanutbutter, one of whose “Five Slices of Life” (a resin-based sculptural installation at Penn’s Smilow Center for Translational Research) is detailed on this page. “The first time you put a mask on, it’s really like looking into a microscope—you see this whole other world of creatures. And that could be a little oval vista of plankton and all kinds of small particles. You put on a mask, and you go down even two feet in water, and all of a sudden there’s another world.”—S.H.

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