Matthias Dörfelt aka Mokafolio‘s Weird Faces Vending Machine generates faces with each swipe of a credit card:
The Weird Faces Vending Machine is an installation that generates an infinite amount of weird faces that look like my hand drawn faces. It thereby questions the dominating ways in which value is generated from art in the gallery context. Instead of placing an artificially limited number of prints in the gallery space for the sole purpose of generating value and fake exclusivity, a vending machine is installed, that sells a potentially infinite number of unique computer generated prints.
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