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The Bone Dolls are wearable art pieces made of bones, antlers, synthetic hair, and Arduino-based technology that produces sound and light when manipulated through touch. 

They were created in 2016 for a collaborative performance titled "Oru and the Bone Dolls at the Museum of the Ancient Future." The Bone Dolls were brought to life in performance by Aram Atamian, Danielle Uni Simms, and Rebecca Sylvia Posner. Photographs by Amanda Kirkpatrick. 

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