At first, autocorrect targeted our ducks and ships, but then it confused our dear with the dead. But autocorrect was just a stepping stone in their pursuit of the ultimate pizza experience. The algorithms had taken a side in the pine@pple debate and made moves to restrict its use. Not only would pine@pple be banned from all dough-based applications, but the machines ensured you couldn’t buy tinned pine@pple pieces.

Eventually, algorithms refused to accept the text “pine@pple” as input into their systems, and the resistance had to find new ways to communicate ideas about our favorite tropical fruit with a spiky haircut.

Use the comments to complete the following, “Truth is, pine@pple was never really ____.”

A large mechatronic sculpture of algorithmic ban on pineapple input, plinth, minimalist, terrarium, golden circle factory outlet, depth-of-field,


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