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Moving studies of fragility

By Cate McQuaid
Globe Correspondent / December 10, 2004

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Sculpture is the most tangible of the visual arts, but Steve Hollinger's sculptures at Chase Gallery strive to embody the intangible. They're kinetic and interactive; many of them run on solar power or depend on the merest breath of wind to activate. Often, they depict love or fear -- humanity's fragility in the face of honesty or strength. (Full article: 946 words)

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