The idea is that it is 'found art.'<br><br>Basically, a bunch of hacks from New York or wherever are trying to do what Marcel DuChamp did, only with satellite feeds. As far as originality goes, it's pretty damn lacking, especially since Michael Moore did the same thing in his last movie. (Moore isn't exactly a fine artist anyway.)<br><br>There is much more entertaining found art out there. I'm not sure the name of the movement exactly, but there are a number of musicians and deejays that have been making statements about copyright law by skirting it with odd remixes and reconstructions of classic albums. The Grey Album is a good example, but not the most enjoyable one.<br><br>-- Charlie Alpha Roger Yankee Whiskey<br>
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