August 1, 2004 § Leave a comment

They are there, naturally — in every living cell. Upscale, we build them (as did God in Genesis). To transgress them, of course, to transport things cross them.

Michael Klein, a molecular biophysicist with an artist’s sensibility, will show us some of his wonderful modeling of the structures of the cell, and how they self-assemble. And Shoko Nagai (piano) and Satoshi Takeishi (audio processing, percussion) will assemble music(s) that cross borders.


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