Cosmos Carl, which calls itself a “versatile infrastructure” for the experimental usage of the internet, continues to explore the possibilities of artistic production and distribution through the internet by encouraging artists to using existing online platforms—like ebay—”as vehicles for their practice and [to] reflect upon the conditions they temporarily inhabit”.
Saemundur Thor Helgason has enacted this idea by selling perspex vitrines produced for his work ‘Things to return to the store’ on ebay at a starting price of 300 GBP.
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