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Infinity Also Hurts is a mirror, glass and silicone sculpture by the north-american artist, Seth Wulsin, forming part of Time Drops in Decay, a series of icosahedral capsules designed to float across the oceans, collecting, reflecting and dispersing visual information at the speed of light. The sculptures are built according to precise geometric rules giving them the analog capacity to collect time.[1]

In June of 2010, the sculpture was shown by MiauMiau Estudio at the Argentine art fair, ArteBA, where Mauricio Macri, current mayor of Buenos Aires, broke the sculpture on national television by intentionally shoving a reporter into it.[2][3] Subsequently the sculpture was renamed Infinity Also Hurts and credited with the ability to detect corruption.[4]


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