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Tape by Vienna/Zagreb-based artist collective Numen: one of four exhibits for ‘Drawing In Space’ at the Des Moines Art Centre in Iowa, featuring artists working exclusively in the medium of tape.

Yes, tape.

The installation, consisting of clear packing tape suspended from the walls of the gallery, invites visitors to explore it from within, as long as they move clockwise in their socks.

Shelob lurking just out of shot.


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All the early web graphics of the once popular Yahoo! hosting service (now used only in Japan) gathered together in one eye-melting vertical scroll.



7e72d1b4e767Two months ago, MOMA Poet Laureate Kenneth Goldsmith launched an insane ambitious project wherein he asked contributors to print out the entire web. Said he:

If you printed the internet, reading it would take 57,000 years, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week non-stop and if you read it for 10 minutes a night before bed, it would take 8,219,088 years. We begin on July 26th.

Ten tonnes of printed material is now on show at an art gallery in Mexico City.


French artist Sylvain Meyer modifies woodland and other landscapes to create transient patterns and sculptures, leaving each piece to overgrow or decay. It’s all real, there’s no Photoshopping involved.