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RhizomeGoogle

Oct
8
2007

Become a verb, change the language and, sooner or later, someone will think you’re important.

They might even commission works of art in your name. Which explains the New Museum of Contemporary Art’s Rhizome.org show of all-thing-Google.

“Google Art or How to Hack Google” is a compilation of on- and off-line art – and some works that are both – collected (they say “curated” in the art world) and showcased at Rhizome’s site. It’s pretty entertaining. And it’s here.

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