Thursday, December 8, 2011

You can go to the Museum of Modern Art and walk up to the second floor and find the big Keith Haring painting and look at it really closely and think about how you are as close to it as he was and then walk over to the silver floored room and pick up a piece of Félix González-Torres candy from the ground and walk into the dark room to your left and open the candy quietly and sneak it in your mouth in the little hallway without the guard noticing and watch the movie Deadpan by Steve McQueen for as long as you would like.

1 comment:

Jocelyn said...

Yes indeed, the Contemporary Galleries show is definitely one-of-a-kind. I wonder if the guards have been instructed to allow crinkling and eating of candy, since being able to eat them is part of the exhibit? Gotta check. Also, the free curry! That definitely has to stay within the confines of its locale, but should be wedged into the experience sometime before or after the Haring perusal, me thinks.