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Ant Farm 1968–1978, Berkely Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive by Clark Buckner

In 1972, the art collective known as Ant Farm constructed a time capsule by filling a refrigerator, which they described as the “open door to the American dream,” with such everyday cultural artifacts as candy bars, magazines, fake eyelashes, and a television. 

Ant Farm 1968–1978, Berkely Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive by Clark Buckner

In 1972, the art collective known as Ant Farm constructed a time capsule by filling a refrigerator, which they described as the “open door to the American dream,” with such everyday cultural artifacts as candy bars, magazines, fake eyelashes, and a television. 

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