Trip to MoMA – PS1
Trip to MoMA – PS1 So living in NYC gives you loads of opportunities to experience the arts. However, I am ofter too exhausted or busy to take advantage all that is available. This weekend my friend Emily & I had a nice brunch and visited MOMA – PS1. See our favorite exhibit above and […]

Mar 11, 2012

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Trip to MoMA – PS1

So living in NYC gives you loads of opportunities to experience the arts. However, I am ofter too exhausted or busy to take advantage all that is available. This weekend my friend Emily & I had a nice brunch and visited MOMA – PS1. See our favorite exhibit above and read about it above.

Surasi Kusolwong

On view November 20, 2011—April 2, 2012

Surasi Kusolwong (Thai, b. 1965) makes installations and performances that reference consumer society and the economy. Through his participatory and interactive works the Bangkok-based artist encourages social interaction over economic exchange. His large-scale installation Golden Ghost (The Future Belongs To Ghosts) (2011), which was first presented in the Creative Time exhibition Living as Form, invites visitors to enter into the vast field of industrial thread waste to search for gold necklaces hidden in the piles of cotton. Visitors who are fortunate enough to find a necklace are welcome to keep it. The work suggests a sense of play in which visitors can climb the mounds of thread waste, comb through the material and explore. While the literal treasure hunt in a field of excess serves as a metaphor for consumption at the global and individual level, it also inverts standard systems of exchange—the expensive gold necklaces are not sold nor bartered, but generously given away.

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