Empty Room As Art?

A neat little feature of Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts (‘MFA’) are the crafted chairs that visitors can use. This will be important in a bit. Anyway, I recently went to the MFA (and that was the first time I was ever evacuated due to a fire alarm. But I digress) and stumbled across an empty room–rather than closing it off, the powers that be decided to feature a bench:

Empty room as exhibit

Empty room as exhibit

But this really is an exhibit. There’s a descriptive placard and everything:

Empty room as exhibit

This was weirder than the fire alarm by a long shot.

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1 Response to Empty Room As Art?

  1. coloncancercommunity says:

    This room is to fine art what John Cage is to music….

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