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May 9, 1994


By CBR Staff Writer

Even propeller-heads have artistic sensibilities, and an art gallery has now opened up on the Internet to bring a little culture to the desktop: the gallery is run by Kaleidoscope, which takes images sent in by aspiring artists and digitises them – artists themselves don’t need to be on the Internet, just to send in samples of their art, which can include paintings, videos, sculpture, literature, poetry or music; the gallery contains various electronic rooms, for display of everything from still images to clips from performance videos and virtual newspapers – but vanity, all is vanity, it is a vanity publishing venture, and artists pay $50 a month to get and to keep their work in the gallery.

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