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Wednesday’s Art Notes

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A 1.58m tall humanoid robot ‘HRP-4C’ of Japan’s Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) sings and dances with performers at the Digital Contents Expo in Tokyo on October 17, 2010. AIST developed the entertainment software called Choreonoid, formed from choreograph and humanoid. Photo by Yoshikazu Tsuno/ AFP/ Getty Images

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A speedy London violinist plays “The Flight of the Bumblebee” in record time, via WQXR.

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The Museum of Arts and Design plans a special ephemeral exhibit: a show consisting entirely of fragrances, via The New York Times’ ArtsBeat.

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The definition of “a book” gets fuzzy in the digital age, via BusinessWeek.

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Psychic mediums try channeling the ghosts of Da Vinci, Van Gogh, Kahlo and Duchamp in London, as part of an art piece by American artist Jeffrey Vallance, via CNN.

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The Miami Herald is seeking the best six-line ode or lament in honor of LeBron James’ tenure as a member of the Miami Heat.

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