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Ambitious and engaging show makes art of community

By Cate McQuaid
Globe Correspondent / July 8, 2005

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To properly experience ''Sifting the Inner Belt," at the Boston Center for the Arts Mills Gallery, you should go with friends who are ready to get their hands dirty. ''Sifting," spearheaded by Hiroko Kikuchi and Jeremy Chi-Ming Liu, is an ongoing, multipronged community event, and being there with a group catalyzes the work. (Full article: 900 words)

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