Visitors to the Hungry Artist exhibition in New York ate its exhibits Automatic translate
Artist David Datuna, who created a new art movement by eating an art object - a $ 120,000 banana - at Art Basel, held an interactive exhibition on February 20, 2020 in New York called The Hungry Artist.
At the exhibition, exhibits were presented, the most common products that can be purchased at any New York store. The walls of the gallery Ca ’d’Oro decorated with cans of Coca-Cola, packaging of sweets, vitamins, fruits.
“This exhibition is a new art of communication and a revolution of consciousness. What we perceive as materialism is nothing but social conditioning. Any meaningful interaction with the object can turn it into art. I am a “hungry artist” and I crave new interactions, ”- David Datuna.
According to the idea of the artist, guests of the exhibition could pre-acquire a certificate for any of the objects presented, and then eat this object directly in the gallery. Thus, everyone could spend their own performance for only $ 150. David Datong accompanied his guests and helped them to tear objects from the mounts.
The proceeds from the exhibition will be used for cancer research at Mount Sinai Hospital, where David has been fighting cancer for the past 7 years.
About David Datong:
David Datuna is an artist recognized by the Smithsonian Institution, whose work is aimed at bringing art and social consciousness closer together. He is most widely known for his international work to promote individual freedom and unity.
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