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'Nothing' is happening

Minimalist works help provoke a meditative state

Dan Senn's ''Many Pairs Sounding'' features subsonic music that plays on CDs installed in plastic tubes topped by folded paper. Dan Senn's ''Many Pairs Sounding'' features subsonic music that plays on CDs installed in plastic tubes topped by folded paper.
By Cate McQuaid
Globe Correspondent / October 5, 2008

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BEVERLY - Any good work of art should wake you up. Some art objects do it more seductively than others. A gorgeous Titian such as "Europa" at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, for instance, pulls viewers in with a spectacle of story, tone, and technique. (Full article: 948 words)

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