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9e2 Is an Experimental Festival at the Intersection of Art, Tech, and History

This Is a Total Act of Faith: The Experimental Art-Tech Festival After 1966 by Jen Graves I wish I had been there 50 years ago when Robert Rauschenberg's teenage son was a ball boy in a very strange game of tennis. Every time a racket struck a ball, it sent two signals, one triggering a gonging sound and the other turning off an overhead light. When total darkness arrived, the players stopped.
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