藝術易遠觀忌褻玩 At MOMA Show, Some Forget You Should Not Touch the Art
Some at MoMA Show Forget ‘Look but Don’t Touch’
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By CLAUDIA LA ROCCO
A few Fridays ago, a young contemporary dancer named Will Rawls was working at his current production, the Marina Abramovic performance art retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art. Specifically, he was standing naked in a gallery entrance, facing a naked woman, as museumgoers passed through the narrow space between them. It was a re-enactment of “Imponderabilia,” a well-known piece originally performed by Ms. Abramovic and a partner in the 1970s.
Out of the corner of his eye, Mr. Rawls noticed an older man preparing to walk through.
“He proceeded to slide his hand onto my ribs and back and then touched my butt,” Mr. Rawls said. “As he was passing me he looked me in the eyes and said ‘You feel good, man.’ ”
“I just turned and looked at….