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    Advertising at its worst

    Since one of our local diaries is giving away old tin ads, no wonder somebody is organizing an exhibition around spam (via Wired). Spam messages face the daunting task of drawing somebody's attention before he/she dives for the "Del" key, thus, making an image of what they really mean borders the grotesque. So maybe it's worth the while to create an exhibit about it.
    Maybe it should be shown side by side to an exhibit about the Google zeitgeist. Or by the real spam, the one that's sold in cans, museum.
    Tom Coates, inspired by spam, has unwillingly contributed to the exhibit.

    2004-01-18 00:55 | 0 Comment(s) | Filed in

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