I may get murdered by a self-righteous museologist for saying this, but what else mimics the uncanny anachronism of rifling through the many centuries’ and civilisations’ worth of artefacts in a museum than noodling around online? Where, other than at the Met and on Contemporary Art Daily, can you come across an Easter Island moai and a few minutes later find a Matthew Monahan that looks pretty damn similar? Such works’ near-imperceptible but exceedingly vast differences and the culture industry…
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