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The future is now

Something old, something new intersect at the Boston Cyberarts Festival

By Greg Cook
Globe Correspondent / April 19, 2007

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For the past four months, Brian Knep has been studying frogs in his windowless, closet-sized lab at Harvard Medical School in Boston, where he has been an artist in residence since 2005. Dozens of times each day, the 38-year-old Bostonian plucks tiny tadpoles and frogs from an aquarium, plunks them into cups of water under bright lights, and photographs them. (Full article: 837 words)

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