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‘Do It Yourself’ with no directions

Putting together (sort of) a car taken apart

By Geoff Edgers
Globe Staff / September 20, 2009

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With wooden crates surrounding him, Tim Obetz took stock of the messy gallery. Parts of a Volkswagen Beetle hung from the ceiling of the white-walled, fourth-floor space at the Institute of Contemporary Art. Wheels, doors, and brake pads were neatly laid out on the floor. Within days, Obetz, the ICA’s chief preparator, would need to turn these automobile parts into ... (Full article: 881 words)

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