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Tensor, a dazzling 8-by-10-foot wall of 64,800 multicolored LEDs, was created by Kevin McCormick. Some of McCormick’s works were shown in local galleries.

He died pushing the limits of art, and life

By Sally Jacobs
Globe Staff / December 11, 2005

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The party at Warehouse 23 was a high-tech marvel, even by geek standards. But what struck one young attendee most vividly was not the astonishing sea of guests churning through the vast industrial space in the Fort Point district. Or the towering sculptures of thousands of tiny lights blinking in rhythm to the music. Or even the lasers overhead and ... (Full article: 2410 words)

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