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    • Escape

    • Abramovic', Marina (1946- );
    • Escape
    • Visitors are guided into steel constructions with leather belts by the artist's representatives (Escape Guards) and restrained with their ears covered. Wearing headphones to block out any sound, the visitors willingly remain in position for 25 min.
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    • Please, What Is Your Name?

    • Bing, Xu (1955- )
    • Please, What Is Your Name?
    • Proposal for an installation of a computer program that prints out gallery visitors surnames, written in square word calligraphy
    • Computer, printer, ink on paper calligraphy
    • How Is Your Feng Shui? Year 2000 Project for Manhattan

    • Guo-Qiang, Cai (1957- )
    • How Is Your Feng Shui? Year 2000 Project for Manhattan
    • Four still images of stone lions installed in homes and offices of visitors to the exhibition; lions were sold for $500-$1000, depending on the size, out of 400 applications only 88 were granted
    • Stone lion
    • General Motors futurama

    • Bel Geddes, Norman (1893-1958);
    • General Motors futurama
    • "Model of America in 1960" (fair theme was "Building the world of tomorrow"). Visitors sit on sound chairs mounted on a conveyer belt.
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    • General Motors futurama

    • Bel Geddes, Norman (1893-1958);
    • General Motors futurama
    • "Model of America in 1960" (fair theme was "Building the world of tomorrow"). Visitors sit on sound chairs mounted on a conveyer belt.
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    • Tian-Shu (Book from Heaven/Sky)

    • Xu Bing (1955- );
    • Tian-Shu (Book from Heaven/Sky)
    • 4 books printed from 1,250 invented characters; Puzzeled visitors viewing pages of paper installed with 1250 invented characters, installed at China Art Gallery, Bejing, October, 1988
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    • Set of brothel tokens

    • Ohr, George E. (1857-1918);
    • Set of brothel tokens
    • Press molded earthware trinkets sold at county and state fairs and as souvenirs to Biloxi's visitors.
    • Ceramic;

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