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It’s bad enough my daughter Rehtaeh died following months of torment and that her sexual assault was immortalized with a photograph, but to see an ad on Facebook using her image is beyond words. One of the first people to spot the ad, if not the first, was Andrew Ennals, whose Twitter feed shows him as a Toronto-based ad writer.According to Ennals’s tweets, the incident doesn’t sound like a mistake, given that two separate photos of Ms. Could it have been done intentionally, as a marketing gimmick? Canning is not dismissing the possibility: Once maybe, twice has to be intentional.In 1995 Kusama responded to a commission from the Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art to produce a new work commemorating the victims of the atomic bomb. Unusually for the artist’s work of the period, the painting is drained of colour, featuring abstracted waving vertical bands of black and white that suggest a forest of desiccated trees, all covered in her signature polka dots.
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In the 1960s, at the height of the Vietnam War, Kusama staged actions in New York, counteracting violence with activism in the form of naked body painting happenings and orgiastic love-ins.
Her first featuring naked dancers took place on 15 October 1968 opposite the New York Stock Exchange, and was prefaced by a press release that stated, ‘The money made with this stock is enabling the war to continue.
For the apologies and for Facebook’s rapid response, he is grateful. Canning was also kind enough to leave us all with a takeaway that we, unfortunately, in the continuing litany of news reports about cyberbullying, bears reitrating, particularly when speaking to the young people who fall prey to fates like that of Ms.
Parsons: I've been writing about technology, careers, science and health since 1995.