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Galleries

A journey from techno to mellow

Youngsuk Suh's 'Room 506,' part of the 'Formalism?' show at Jane Deering Gallery, is one of a series of high-contrast photos of empty rooms. Youngsuk Suh's "Room 506," part of the "Formalism?" show at Jane Deering Gallery, is one of a series of high-contrast photos of empty rooms.
By Cate McQuaid
Globe Correspondent / August 16, 2007

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Toddlers invest human qualities in their teddy bears. Seeing human characteristics in objects is a habit we refine as we grow up, but we never quite discard. "COLLISION: technomorph," now at Axiom Gallery, examines anthropomorphism and an inverse phenomenon, "technomorphism," or the tendency to describe humans in technological terms, according to curators jackbackrack (aka Jonathan Bachrach) and William Tremblay. (Full article: 866 words)

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