Author and filmmaker Miranda July has created a new art project that gives Internet users access to the private emails of famous people. Consumers can opt-in to receive weekly email updates
from the project which will consist of email exchanges between celebrities chosen by July and the people in their lives. Participants include Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Lena Dunham
and Kirsten Dunst. Every week will feature a new theme. The first week, the theme is money. The idea of the project, which is part of an exhibit
called "We Think Alone," is to create digital self-portraits of these people based on what they choose to include or leave out of their email exchanges. The emails will be distributed weekly
from July through November.
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