The Null Device

The Jewish Museum of New York has courted controversy with an exhibit of Holocaust-related art; the exhibit consists not of reverent memorial pieces, but of pieces exploring the ideas of evil and consumerist popular culture; they include Zbigniew Libera's Lego concentration camp sets, and images of emaciated concentration camp inmates with product placements for Coke digitally added. Holocaust survivors' groups are not amused.

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