GIA Reader, Vol 20, No 2 (Summer 2009)

On the cover:
Ten Thousand Cents, 2008, is a digital artwork by Aaron Koblinin collaboration with Takashi Kawashima. It was created by dividing the image of a 100 dollar bill into ten thousand pieces and giving one of these pieces to each of ten thousand individuals around the world. Working in isolation from one another, each person reproduced their tiny part of the bill without knowledge of the overall task. Amazon's Mechanical Turk tool was used to pay each member of this distributed labor force one cent, the total cost of labor to create the work.

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Contents of Grantmakers in the Arts Reader: Volume 20, No. 2, (Summer 2009)

Readings