A stretch of chain-link fence just outside Washington, D.C., now serves as a community museum. Devoted to the life-changing year of the pandemic, the display features dioramas created by local residents. These pieces, along with many small, handwritten tags, document what individual contributors have lost, and what they have found, during 2020. The idea originated with Andrea Jones, a local museum curator, as a way to help herself and others process emotions. In her words, "We have lost and found so much during this year, and it really has affected our identities."

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