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Rapt in a fine Web of interactive art

Internet-based exhibition is a virtual stunner

By Cate McQuaid
Globe Correspondent / December 28, 2006

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Looking at art on the Internet can't compare to seeing it in person, but what if the art is Internet-based? The Boston group Turbulence has been promoting Internet art for a decade; it sponsors New England Initiative, a competition that awards a commission and an exhibition in real space, as well as on the Web. (Full article: 843 words)

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