April 9 was a particularly hot day and the park was crowded (we counted 5208 visitors!). This motivated the public to interact with the sculptures 'One-Two-Three' in a very special way, as they transformed them from art pieces into chairs and tables, by sitting, eating and relaxing on them. The public hence included the art into their daily life and habits, which was one of the goals of the exhibit, as it promoted making art accessible to everyone, especially outside of the walls of a museum.
Enjoy some more pictures of this spectacular installation and thank you all for coming!
by Isabelle Steichen