Reminiscence: The story of Vic Fischer

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Reminiscence was an art installation containing the life story of Vic Fischer, Alaskan urban planner and co-author of the Alaskan Constitution.   Fischer’s narrative emanated from a glowing white tent to reference Anchorage’s origins as a tent community.   Visitors viewed reconstructed stereoscopic photographs (circa 1950 to 1977) from regional documentary photographer Steve McCutcheon.  The selected images reference various aspects of Alaskan life inspired by Fischer’s narrative.