This unique record of Alaskan natives will be an interesting piece of history for future generations, but for now, how weird would it be to see your neighbors illuminated face suspended on a wall?
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Bop Isbell, with his life mask in the foreground, attends an unveiling of a sculpture in Mountain View in Anchorage, Alaska on Dec. 4. Artists Erin Pollock and Steph Kese revealed their backlit mask sculpture, which features life masks of 52 Mountain View residents. The subjects were in attendance at the unveiling and a party afterwards at the Mountain View Boys and Girls Club.