At the DVD Dead Drop at the Museum of the Moving Image in Astoria, Queens, insert a DVD and get back a digital art exhibition or curated art-related content.
Graffiti and murals can be found all over New York City, but there are other types of street art that have a much bigger purpose for the public.
An old-school internet cafe in the basement of a condo in Chinatown becomes the stage for Speedshow by MoMA artist Evan Roth and Dead Drops creator Aram Bartholl.
Aram Bartholl, of Dead Drops (who started those USB sticks embedded in the wall, now a global phenomenon) is curating a solo show of brand new work by Evan Roth, whose work "Talk to Me" at MoMA opens July 19th.
The founder of Dead Drops talks to Untapped about internet viruses, unprotected sex and more!