An urban Koan. Once upon a time, at a job, I found in the men’s room a neatly folded stack of pants. Bored, I made a sign called “Pants Exchange” and affixed it to the sink. Within seconds, the walkie-talkie I wore was blowing up as people in the building discovered and attempted to solve the Pants Exchange. I realized that I could quickly and easily snap people out of their routines with a very simple installation. Many projects followed, and a few years later I learned that I could call this stuff “art” and get away with it.
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