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The End of Analog Art

An Interactive Story of 12,000 Tennis Balls

In a world where everything is documented, there are still moments that have not been established. But thanks to the latest installation by David Shrigley at the Stephen Friedman Gallery in London, those moments will be remembered. The end of the analog art world. In the two-story gallery space…




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