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Utilizing custom electronics with columns of high-powered LEDs (light-emitting diodes), Jim Campbell creates an ethereal new form of sculptural art out of old-style home movies. The images are universal, as is the wonderful effect of memories—fuzzy and obscured, yet fully evocative.

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