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Lottery Ticket Towers
Jean Shin Collects Discarded "Scratch & Win" Cards


By: Tisah Tucknott (Rockstar) Sep 10, 09
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Jean Shin has collected thousands of discarded “Scratch & Win” cards to create what she has called ‘Chance City.’ The towering lottery ticket towers come up to a total amount of $32,404 lost.

The current tower that Jean Shin has made measures 7 feet by 21 feet by 10 feet, and is being shown at the Smithsonian American Art Museum. The urban complex-like structure embodies the hope and loss of thousands of ordinary people.



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