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On display at the Eyebeam Art + Technology Center in New York City, the group’s five-year retrospective F. It’s exactly the kind of lighthearted irreverence F. The cavernous venue is packed as people line up for free booze and a turn at a nearby kiosk that links your Facebook account to a Big Brother-approved "national identity" card.Against the rear wall is "Webcam Venus," a recent series by Addie Wagenknecht and Pablo Garcia that features ornately-framed portraits of online sex cam performers, instructed via live chat to mimic poses seen in classic works of art."Release early, often, and with rap music” is the motto of the Free Art & Technology Lab, aka F. T., an internet-based collective of culture-jamming jokesters that has been mashing memes, art, and activism online since 2007.

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Nearby, there’s a QR code graffiti stencil set that produces the effect of 19th Century hobo glyphs, and a glass display holding the likenesses of Barack Obama and Mitt Romney as a set of 3D-printed dildos.

Co-founder Evan Roth sees the humor as a means of inclusive activism, a way of engaging with urgent themes and ideas — free speech, open source technology, and the like — that expands the conversations beyond the art and tech circles where they normally occur.

"That wasn’t a provocation, it was honestly an accident," Roth reassured us. I think that’s really what hacking has to offer." F.

Though the event was somewhat revealing of the sharp divide between some art galleries in Manhattan's upscale Chelsea neighborhood (in this case, literally a line in a wall). It’s parked suspiciously in the center of the space, surrounded by a crowd wearing Sergey Brin cut-out masks and what looks to be Google Glass — a closer look reveals they’re actually counterfeit 3D-printed frames made to look like Glass; the folks wearing them are coincidentally mingling with a lone Google employee wearing the real thing.