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MIT-Trained Artist Blurs Technology and Art

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MIT-Trained Artist Blurs Technology and Art

MIT-Trained Artist Blurs Technology and Art

MIT-Trained Artist Blurs Technology and Art

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Christopher Janney makes electronic marvels central to his art. Barry Gordemer, NPR hide caption

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An artist educated at MIT has a unique perspective on his trade.

Using lasers, heart monitors and other technological gadgets, Christopher Janney explores the nature of creativity and the origin of the soul.

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