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'Left' to his own devices

As an inventor and a sculptor, Steve Hollinger is constantly experimenting to feed his curiosity

''I try to resist technology for technology's sake,'' says Steve Hollinger (pictured in his Fort Point Channel studio). ''I try to resist technology for technology's sake,'' says Steve Hollinger (pictured in his Fort Point Channel studio). (Dina rudick/globe staff)
By Cate McQuaid
Globe Correspondent / September 20, 2008

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Steve Hollinger's studio in Fort Point Channel is filled with strange treasures. There's a two-headed bird with three eyes and two beaks, stowed in a glass jar. There are antique hypodermic needles, a crocodile skull, magic lanterns, and an old aluminum prosthetic leg, polished to gleam. On one shelf, there's a 3-inch-tall house that Hollinger made out of spider webs, ... (Full article: 1408 words)

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