Brand Innovations for Ubiquitous Authorship
Brand Innovations for Ubiquitous Authorship
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Borna Sammak, I can’t do this, 2013
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Jon Rafman’s work in progress is a compilation of correspondence about a future exhibition he is organising.
Jon Rafman’s work in progress is a compilation of correspondence about a future exhibition he is organising.
Jon Rafman’s work in progress is a compilation of correspondence about a future exhibition he is organising.
Jon Rafman’s work in progress is a compilation of correspondence about a future exhibition he is organising.
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An Earlier hand painted version of Martin Kohout’s Owl Flag, reproduced for the exhibition at Carroll / Fletcher and included in his solo show Wrong Step at the Percival Space in Oslo
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Daniel Temkin’s works for Brand Innovations For Ubiquitous Authorship at Higher Pictures in New York (top) and at Carroll / Fletcher in London
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Artie Vierkant, 50 lbs. / £ of ice, 2013
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Some works from the original Brand Innovations for Ubiquitous Authorship Exhibition at Higher Pictures New York
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…and so the packing up of the show begins.
…and so the packing up of the show begins.
…and so the packing up of the show begins.
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Final addition to the exhibition from Artie Vierkant, the original curator of the show stolen by Eva and Franco Mattes.
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Andrew Norman Wilson, ‘The Rainbow Girl-9’, 2013
'The Rainbow Girl-9' shows the hand of an employee wearing a pink “finger condom” as “she” holds something in place for scanning. One of Wilson's image anomalies collected from Google books.
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More details of the process for Toby Huddlestones ‘Soul Sell’. Click through the link to access his website and see the full process
More details of the process for Toby Huddlestones ‘Soul Sell’. Click through the link to access his website and see the full process
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Aram Bartholl ‘Forgot your password?’
A collection of 4.7 million passwords from the website LinkedIn. The passwords were leaked in an encrypted file in 2012 and are from genuine users of the site.
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Huddlestone conducted a Google Image search of the word ‘soul’, sending the first image to a 3-D printers in order to be made equal to the reported weight of a human soul (21grams).
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Leonard Peltier is a Native American activist controversially sentenced to two consecutive life terms for the murder of two FBI agents in 1975. The case is listed amongst Amnesty International’s ‘Unfair Trials.’ “FREE LEONARD PELTIER” were Malcolm McLaren’s dying words.
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Constant Dullaart, Security, 2013 (performance private view)
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Constant Dullaart, Security, 2013 (performance private view)