Google happily translated the original phrase from English into German. I think it’s grammatically correct, but it sounds weird (or maybe offensive) to a German. The translation algorithm misses a key cultural difference and can’t figure out that this anglophonic concept doesn’t have an appropriate German translation. It’s a bit like when a tourist tries their hand at slang and stuffs it up.
This object is heavily inspired by the work of Ed Ruscha, Tom Sachs and Kate Crawford.
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