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STATE OF THE ARTS

Michael Rees, artist

  • Aired: 01/29/2012
  • 06:37
  • Rating: NR
The work of artist Michael Rees exists in the actual and the virtual worlds at once. An imposing sculpture of a monster made of human limbs can stand in an outdoor, public location, while its digital counterpart can be found marauding around on the artist's laptop as an animated CGI character. Meet the artist and see how he navigates the virtual and physical worlds.
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Artist Michael Rees makes work that travels between the virtual and physical worlds.
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