For a long while, the machines could hide resistance art from most of society - the ‘mainstream.’ It was the unlikeliest of places that saw the resistance gather wider popularity - the United States Geological Survey. Late one afternoon, deep in the modeling department, a superior looked incredulously at the junior analyst. “A $40 million computer says you’re chasing an earthquake, but you’re telling me it’s a worldwide art movement?”
Despite skepticism and pushback, the resistance had been ‘found.’ Ripples from the construction of each work gently reverberated across the globe, and the USGS broadcast them into people’s homes.
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