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Brown Arts Initiative and Performa to launch new collaboration with co-commission of work by Kelly Nipper

The Brown Arts Initiative at Brown University and New York City-based Performa announced today a new three-year collaboration. The inaugural component is the co-commission of a new work by artist Kelly Nipper with MIT's Self-Assembly Lab to be developed during an artists' residency at the Granoff Center for the Creative Arts at Brown University in summer 2017. The work will be presented as a highlight of Performa 17, November 1-19, 2017, the seventh edition of the celebrated international biennial of contemporary visual art performance that takes place in venues across New York City.
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