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These days, there’s hardly a cutting-edge group show around that doesn’t contain the following: large-scale photographs of construction sites, cranes, or scaffolding; images of men and women engaged in erotic acts with plants; works that comment on the erasure of individuality by biotechnology and commerce; and something made out of string. D.C.’s Museum of Contemporary Art’s latest traveling group exhibition, “globe>miami