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Jennifer Dalton

S.W.A.G., 2011

Double-decker steel, aluminum and acrylic capsule vending machine filled with approximately 500 bracelets, each in plastic capsule
78 × 9 × 9 in
198.1 × 22.9 × 22.9 cm
location
New York
Jennifer Dalton
American, b. 1967
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Conceptual artist Jennifer Dalton centers her practice on the “mining” of a wide range of data …

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Conceptual artist Jennifer Dalton centers her practice on the “mining” of a wide range of data about the art world (and the world at large), be it market statistics or a subjective survey of artists with the most wisdom. In addition to the figures and information she presents, Dalton’s choice of medium is an integral …

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Jennifer Dalton
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Conceptual artist Jennifer Dalton centers her practice on the “mining” of a wide range of data …

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Conceptual artist Jennifer Dalton centers her practice on the “mining” of a wide range of data about the art world (and the world at large), be it market statistics or a subjective survey of artists with the most wisdom. In addition to the figures and information she presents, Dalton’s choice of medium is an integral …

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Jennifer Dalton

S.W.A.G., 2011

Double-decker steel, aluminum and acrylic capsule vending machine filled with approximately 500 bracelets, each in plastic capsule
78 × 9 × 9 in
198.1 × 22.9 × 22.9 cm
location
New York
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