Jackie Matisse

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Jackie Matisse is a French artist (from Fontainebleau Forest) who is, "ever the kiteflying [creating] pioneer,"[1] "renowned for her kites."[2] She also works in stereoscopy,[3] supercomputing and virtual reality.[4]

One example of her work is her collaboration with David Tudor and Molly Davies, Sea Tails.

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  1. ^ "Jackie Matisse", Drachen.org. Quick View
  2. ^ Shuster, Robert. (Tuesday, Jan 5 2010). "Hans Breder's 'Inmixing'; Anton Lamazares at Queen Sofia; Zone's 'Disciplined Spontaneity'", VillageVoice.com.
  3. ^ "Jackie Matisse: New Art Volant", evl.uic.edu.
  4. ^ "Jackie Matisse: New Art Volant", ZoneContemporary.

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