You don’t usually go to a museum or gallery expecting to ponder the existence of an external hard drive, but this is not your typical art piece. In a piece that rebels against the notion that we all must buy into the multitude of software programs available in the mark, “5 Million Dollars, 1 Terabyte” is an actual hard drive containing 1,016 GB of pirated software and files, including pricey packes such as Rosetta Stone, Adobe Suite, and gaming galore.

Manuel Palou tells Animal New York that the hard drive also contains Fiction Library, which is a program containing every single fiction book publish from 2003 to 2011. Who needs a kindle?

Check out a chart of the pirated software after the jump.

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