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Amy Stacey Curtis' Interactive Art Exhibit

  • Aired: 09/23/2016
  • 05:52
  • Rating: E
What is the nature of memory? Jennifer Rooks talks to artist Amy Stacey Curtis who is staging a large-scale interactive exhibit at the Bates Mill examining the concept of memory, how it affects our perception of the world, and the varying roles that memory plays in our lives. This biennial includes nine interactive works installed throughout the Bates Mill in Lewiston.
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