can be the ...but it's essentially[1] finding patterns in things... a lot of art that deals with this concept is about metaphorically understanding it (duh), so for example, the artist Gabriel Orozco manufactures synchronicity by placing cat food atop watermelons in the supermarket, exposing it as false or untrue.


Gabriel Orozco's photo applies extra meaning to the situation, falling into the category of manufactured synchronicity

  1. Douglas Bernstein, 1990 - present

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