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'Motion Studies'

Image courtesy / Coryn Kempster

"Brushing," a still from a series of videos collectively called "Motion Studies" is one of the winning works by architecture graduate student Coryn Kempster, who took top honors for the 2004 Harold and Arlene Schnitzer Prize in the Visual Arts Award. Student winners of other arts awards (including two other Schnitzer awardees) will be announced in the next issue of Tech Talk on June 2. Works by Schnitzer award-winners are on view at the Wiesner Student Art Gallery on the second floor of the Stratton Student Center through June 27. A reception with the artists will be held Friday, May 21 from 4-6 p.m.

A version of this article appeared in MIT Tech Talk on May 19, 2004 (download PDF).

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