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May 29th, 2004

The spooky place where art meets science

Stem-cell revelations, nanotechnology used to make molecular graffiti -- they're at the Subtle Technologies festival of art and science. Psychic birds didn't make the cut, Stephen Strauss writes. Ask Jim Ruxton and Tania Thompson what they think about artist Georges Braque's subversive remark that "art upsets and science reassures," and they immediately spring into a defence of the rationale for their little-known, but hugely quirky, festival of art and science called Subtle Technologies.

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