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No one really knows where inspiration comes from.
Albuquerque artist Rini Price doesn't worry about where it's from, she just listens when it speaks.
"My earlier works were more about how I perceived other people, and now my work is more about how other people perceive the world," says Price, 63.
Price has had her exhibition, "Our Species," which opened Oct. 29, extended through Dec. 9 at the American Institute of Architects building on the University of New Mexico campus. The show covers her work from 1977 to the present.
Price came to New Mexico from Memphis, Tenn., to study …