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Personally, I really love land art, so I wish I could go and see the apparently epic exhibition Ends of the Earth: Land Art to 1974 at LA’s MOCA museum. In the meantime, since the world of science is slacking a little as far as the advancement of physical bilocality is concerned, thank MOCA for the accompanying website that puts the most extraordinary works in the exhibition in perspective, quite literally, by integrating Google Earth in placing the works in their virtual environments on our beautiful blue planet. It’s a rare thing: museums and innovative web sites.

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