‘Relics' Amber Exhibit Predicts Future Findings

By: Marissa Brassfield - Published: Dec 10, 2008 • References: mocoloco & creativity-online
‘Relics’ by The Glue Society is an exhibit that explores what the archaeologists of our future might find. 80 million years from now, it won’t be computers or cars that will serve as the remnants of our culture, but fossilized fake eyelashes.

‘Relics’ is currently being shown at the Pulse Contemporary Art Fair.

As Glue Society founder Gary Freedman tells Creativity Online, "In some respects it’s along a similar theme. Symbolic of that slightly fake culture we’re around--those man-made things will be the things that endure and could be interpreted differently in millions of years to come." Stats for Fossilized Fake Eyelashes Trending: Older & Chilly
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