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Adam DelMarcelle, left, and artist collaborator Heather Snyder Quinn, "hacked" the Metropolitan Museum of Art with "Mariah." The augmented reality calls attention to the pharmaceutical money that allowed the Sackler family to become patrons of art while their company's product led to addiction and, in many cases, death.

Adam DelMarcelle, left, and artist collaborator Heather Snyder Quinn, “hacked” the Metropolitan Museum of Art with “Mariah.” The augmented reality calls attention to the pharmaceutical money that allowed the Sackler family to become patrons of art while their company’s product led to addiction and, in many cases, death.

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