Remember that scene in Tim Burton’s Batman where the Joker and his goons defaced dozens of priceless works of art? A collective of digital artists have found a less criminal, more geeky way to do the same thing.

Now through May 3, the Jackson Pollock wing of the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York will be virtually taken over by MoMAR, a not-for-profit group, whose inaugural augmented reality art exhibition is called “Hello, we’re from the internet.” The unauthorized gallery consists of work from eight artists drawn over notable paintings displayed at MoMA. The group’s stated goal is… more


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