Sculpture embodies lossy copying using much-copied house-key

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    Artist Daniel Bejar had a key copied and then a new key copied from it, and so on, until the information embodied in the original key had been lost. He calls the resulting piece “The Visual Topography of a Generation Gap”: “A copy was made from my original apartment key, then a copy was made from
    that copy. This process was repeated until the original keys information was
    destroyed, resulting in the topography of a generation.”

    “The Visual Topography of a Generation Gap”(#2, Brooklyn, NY)
    (Thanks, Fipi Lele!)


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