Working iPod trapped in resin for art's sake

Mike Schramm
M. Schramm|11.13.07

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Mike Schramm
November 13th, 2007
In this article: art, engadget, exploded, ice-age, ipod, resin, working
Working iPod trapped in resin for art's sake


Engadget brings us this exploded iPod (that poor site is getting beat up today), which has been dissembled and placed in a protective block of carbonite translucent resin. Why? Don't ask why-- it's, like, art, man.

Billy Chasen is the artist in question, and here's the best part of the whole story: that iPod you see above? It still works. Apparently he just took it apart-- he didn't actually disconnect anything, and so it can still charge and play as normal. Which makes me wonder-- when the next ice age comes and all of our iPods get frozen in ice, will future generations still be able to come along, warm them back up, and see what we were listening to? Maybe I should get that Tiffany off my Pod just in case.
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