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Paper Internet - Lucas Glenn

Google, Facebook, Wikipedia - websites like these are as familiar to us as wallpaper. But this week in Kelowna, they'll actually be hanging on the wall. Artists Lucas Glenn and Jeff Ellom have recreated the internet as a set of paper collages that are being shown this week at the Alternator Centre for Contemporary art.

The exhibit is called "Thank You For Sharing," and its co-creator Lucas Glenn will be on NXNW after the 8:00 o'clock news.

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