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Moran: Asking the same question through engineering and art


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Pete Moran (Photo by Sille Lyster-Larsen)

Pete Moran is an artist from upstate New York, and one of eight Sitka Fellows in the community this summer. Moran graduated college as an engineer, and worked on both aircraft systems and a driverless car. Now a sculptor, he says art and engineering are two ways of asking the same question. He spoke with KCAW’s Robert Woolsey.

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