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XVALA Turns Mark Zuckerberg's Trash Into Contemporary Art

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Somebody's been digging through the trash of Silicon Valley big wigs, and it ain't racoons.

XVALA, the artist behind the 'Fear Google' stickers, went diving through tech founders' personal trash in Palo Alto to "create a series of sculptures that has been made available to the public online and in upcoming gallery shows," according to a statement by Cory Allen Contemporary Art (CACA).

Read the whole story at Palo Alto Patch

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