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Meanwhile, they’ve gone back to experimenting at the miniature scale, but in a different context — pictured still in progress is one of their new “paper forests,” which are built on lazy Susans. “We were interested in turning these into subtle animations where you could spin your way through a forest environment,” says Chiao, noting that the pair are taking classes in animation at the Brooklyn arts space BRIC. “We’ve been working with the software used for online product photography where you spin a shoe around 360 degrees.”