What VCU artist in residence Noah Scalin made from donated clothes.

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Sometimes all it takes in life is just one new vantage point for something familiar to reveal a new shape.

And if you aren’t sure just how easily life can present two different outcomes based merely on your point of view, then Noah Scalin, the first ever artist-in-residence at the Virginia Commonwealth University School of Business, has a demonstration.

On Monday, crowds moved through the Snead Hall atrium, a bright space within the 145,000 square-foot, four-story school of business, to glimpse Scalin’s display.

As they stood at one end, an  accumulation of mismatched, colorful clothes greeted the eye.  But as viewers walked around to the other side,  the pile became a portrait of Maggie Walker.

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