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Group DescriptionAdobe Books, in San Francisco, has had its bookshelves reclassified by color by artist Chris Cobb, in an art installation called "There Is Nothing Wrong In The World". It's there for a week, and then it's gone!
McSweeney's article which kicked off most of the interest.
McSweeney's interview with artist Chris Cobb.
Chris Cobb's website
Metafilter discussion, most of which is surprisingly on-topic.
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