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from Scientific American magazine: electrode in monkey's brain; monkey responds to red or green light; response time registers on raster grid. Raster grid and color words used in other projects, such as "face", and "Marsyas."
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working with ink on plastic, silicone, poured latex rubber monkey shapes, data dots,
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beginning to shape "Un-Fug the Monkey," 1995-96, and "Cut the Monkey,"1995

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Samuel Beckett: "I shall always regret the monkeys."
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