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Cheri Ami is famed for having saved 194 lives during the Meuse-Argonne Offensive during WWI in France on October 3, 1918. She carried a letter 25 miles to her division’s headquarters, pleading for allied troops to stop unknowingly shooting their own compatriots. Shot twice and blinded in one eye, she arrived with her right leg hanging by a single tendon. 2018 marks the anniversary of her valor.

About the Artist:
Playlab is an NYC-based creative studio that experiments with art, architecture, and graphic design. One of their latest installations, Grown Up Flowers, brought giant inflatable flowers to Manhattan. See more at http://www.playlab.org/.

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