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Wong Ping Heart Digger

The legitimizing potential of art spaces should never cease to amaze us. A urinal in a restroom or an unmade bed in a bedroom is just that, but put them in a gallery or museum at the right point in time while alerting sufficiently influential people to their presence and you can change the course of history.

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