SFMoMA built an artsy text bot. So we texted every Philly word we could think of.

In these troubled digital times—times of trolls and Fake News and social media conspiracy theories—it can be helpful to remember that the Internet is good for more than hate speech and pictures of your third cousin’s hairless terrier. No, we’re not just talking about Chris Christie beach memes—though those haven’t gotten old yet.

Instead, we’re talking about a sweet new textbot courtesy of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Text 572-51 with the words “send me” followed by a keyword, a phrase or an emoji and you’ll receive a related artwork and caption. It’s like getting a personally curated tour of SFMoMA’s expansive galleries right in the palm of your hand.

It’d be easy to spend hours chatting with the text bot because the collections at SFMoMA are so expansive. The museum’s website estimates that if you were to walk past each artwork currently on view in the galleries, you would walk almost seven miles. And the artwork on view represents only about five percent of the total collection.

In the spirit of curating the curation, we entered all the Philly words we could think of to see which art works best represent our city. The results were sometimes surprising, sometimes silly and sometimes shockingly poignant.

Send me: Will Smith

SFMoMA sent: Robert Rauschenberg, “Erased de Kooning Drawing,” 1953.

Send me: West Philly

SFMoMA sent: Victoria Sambunaris, “Untitled, Wendover,Utah, 2007

Send me: water ice

SFMoMA sent: Minor White, “Devil’s Slide, San Mateo County, California,” 1948, printed 1980

Send me: Temple

SFMoMA sent: Auguste Salzmann, “Jerusalen Enceinte du Temple. Porte Herodienne (Jerusalem. Temple wall. Herodian gate)”, 1954-1856

Send me: soft pretzel

SFMoMA sent: Judith Joy Ross, “Scott Kreims, Juniper Systems, Silicon Valley 2000,” 2000

Send me: shore

SFMoMA sent: Sonya Noskowiak, “Landscape, Skyline Boulevard, San Francisco, California,” 1937

Send me: Rocky Balboa

SFMoMA sent: Ansel Adams, “Marion Lake, from the portfolio Parmelian Prints of the High Sierras”, 1925; printed 1927

Send me: Point Breeze

SFMoMA sent: Robert Rauschenberg, “Sky Rite (Stoned Moon)”, 1969

Send me: Philadelphia

SFMoMA sent: Unknown, “Untitled (Painting of the Declaration of Independence)”, ca. 1850s

Send me: Old City

SFMoMA sent: Eric Fischl, “Portrait of the Artist as an Old Man,” 1984

Send me: Northern Liberties

SFMoMA sent: Stephen Shames, “IRA Gunman, Ireland, 1971,” 1971, printed 2009

Send me: Liberty Bell

SFMoMA sent: Tsunehisa Kimura, “Untitled,” 1984

Send me: Independence Hall

SFMoMA sent: Keizo Kitajima, “1/10/1991 Vilnius, Republic of Lithuania. A festival to commemorate the 650th anniversary of the death of Grade Duke Gediminas., from the series 1991 USSR”; 1991, printed 2001

Send me: Eagles

SFMoMA sent: Unknown, “Untitled [Man holding eagle with spread wings]”, n.d.

Send me: Ben Franklin

SFMoMA sent: Catherine Wagner, “Northwestern Corner, from the series Settings – The Civic Center Project”, 1985

Some words we tried but got no response: cheesesteak, Fishtown, Rittenhouse, jawn, Phillies, Flyers, Lawncrest, Passyunk, Wawa, citywide special, scrapple, roast pork, Boyz II Men and Springsteen.