Stands Scotland where it stood

A 16 GB USB shared on 1 file included 12 GB available for others to share. This is part of a work of Aram Bartholl who began placing Dead Drop USBs as a way to offline file share in New York City in 2010. This continues providing that platform here in Scotland as well as allowing others in the group show, or the public, to share other work, supplement their current show, or just be part of a time capsule. The first file on the drive was mine to kickoff this digital space that provides another room for exhibition.

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