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Abundance

The Museum of Modern Art
The Museum of Contemporary Art
The Museum of Classical Art
The Royal Museum of Fine Arts
The Museum of Digital Art
The Museum of Old and New Art

The Museum of Industry
The Museum of Science
The Museum of Science and Industry
The Museum of Science and Technology
The Museum of Obsolete Technology
The Museum of Jurassic Technology

The National Museum of Australia
The National Museum of Iceland
The National Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina
The National Taiwan Museum
The National Museum of Tanzania
The Smithsonian

The Museum of London
The Museum of the City of New York 
The Museum of Moscow
The Helsinki City Museum
The Amsterdam Museum
Venice

The Museum of Childhood
The Museum of Love
The Museum of Sex
The Museum of Motherhood
The Museum of Broken Relationships
The Museum of Death

The Museum of Innocence 
The Museum of Homelessness
The Museum of Tomorrow
The Museum of Curiosity
The Museum of Neoliberalism
The Museum of Everything

The Museum of You
The Museum of Me

While our world is finite, by all intents and purposes, our cultures are infinite.

In my regular irregular newsletter, over the coming year, I will explore what and how we can use and appreciate this abundance to overcome the greatest challenges of our time. Instead of adoring techno-utopians and smooth-talking politicians, I suggest we put faith in our collective creative imagination and ability to overcome this conundrum. I propose that we reevaluate the natural and cultural heritage our ancestors left behind for us. And I encourage us to embrace the artistic and creative potential of current and future generations.

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