Conceptual artwork sells itself on eBay once a week

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Caleb Larsen's "A Tool to Deceive and Slaughter" may not look like much in terms of art; it's just a small, if stylish, black acrylic cube. But inside the cube is a tiny computer -- and as part of the contract you must sign to buy it, you must connect this computer to the Internet as soon as you get it home. A week later, it sells itself on eBay to the next buyer; Larsen gets a 15 percent cut, and you keep the rest. Read more

A Tool to Deceive and Slaughter

Photo courtesy of Caleb Larsen

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