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Wired on Pop Culture

Walking through the supermarket with wires running through your cheek and a camera in your mouth may sound odd to most, but for AUT Colab resident Matt Kenyon, it's all in a day's work. Seeking to challenge the 'powers that be' through the appropriation of popular culture, Kenyon not only challenges it, he throws it on its head and turns it inside out.

Walking through the supermarket with wires running through your cheek and a camera in your mouth may sound odd to most, but for AUT Colab resident Matt Kenyon, it's all in a day’s work. Seeking to challenge the 'powers that be' through the appropriation of popular culture, Kenyon not only challenges it, he throws it on its head and turns it inside out.

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