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<nettime> THE THING's Contemporary Art Benefit Auction

THE THING's Third Contemporary Art Benefit Auction is now online at


Bidding starts immediately and ends December 16.

Works by renowned contemporary artists, such as Christoph Draeger,
Daniel Pflumm, Momoyo Torimitsu, Miltos Manetas, Thom Merrick,
Dike Blair, Anton Vidokle, Craig Kalpakjian, Simone Huelser,
Rudolf Stingel, Matthew McCaslin, Noritoshi Hirakawa, Max Schumann,
Rainer Ganahl, Vuk Cosic and many more.

A unique opportunity to add to your contemporary art collection
and support the THE THING at the same time.

New work will be added continously as it becomes available,
so please check the site regularly!

All proceeds from this auction will directly benefit THE THING, Inc.,
a new media lab and contemporary art think tank which proudly
celebrates its 10-year anniversary this month.

Over the last decade, THE THING has played a seminal role not just in
fostering a generation of network-oriented artists, critics, curators,
and activists, but also--and equally important-- searching out ways to
interconnect their diverse interests and activities. It is no
exaggeration to say that the list of people and projects THE THING has
been supporting comprises a who's who of contemporary electronic

THE THING, Inc. is a 501 (c)(3) organization.
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