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story.lead_photo.caption Nick Vaughan (left) and husband and artistic partner Jake Margolin were set to be the first artists in the Momentary's residency schedule to physically work from the newly opened venue. Since the closure, the pair have been working closely with Momentary staff to arrange an effective and engaging virtual residency. (Courtesy Photo/Janice Rubin)

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Artists Nick Vaughan and Jake Margolin were part of the artist-in-residence schedule at the Momentary and were supposed to begin their multi-week residency in April.

With the venue's closure, the residency has shifted to a virtual one, and the artists spoke with What's Up! Associate Editor Jocelyn Murphy about their work and about what that virtual process will now look like.

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