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Shapeshifting
By GREG COOK  |  December 30, 2011

Random Access
Joelle Dietrick, Data House Cloud, 2010 | Digital animation (4:05), 1280 x 720 pixels

RANDOM ACCESS: DATA AS ART | Montserrat College of Art | February 3–March 31 | Data mapping becomes art in this five-person show, ranging from Nathalie Miebach's basket-like sculptures inspired by weather and ocean data to Joelle Dietrick's paintings of shattered houses seemingly swept up in a housing-foreclosure-crisis hurricane.

23 Essex St, Beverly | Free | 978.921.4242 or montserrat.edu/galleries  

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