It's not about how much space you have, but what you do with it, right? Even though some Manhattan renters might disagree with that statement, 10 artists—who, during the '90s, claimed their medium was the exhibition space itself—are reuniting to make the most of the Guggenheim's spiral rotunda with various site-specific pieces in theanyspacewhatever. From a rainforest to a rotating hotel room to a possible crime scene, the exhibit features just about anything you can imagine by artists including Angela Bulloch, Maurizio Cattelan, Liam Gillick, Pierre Huyghe, and Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster. Gillick, who suggested the exhibition's title, is practically changing the way we've come to know the Guggenheim by rearranging the way we walk through and even sit in the museum. Huyghe will have three participatory events during his exhibition, including one tonight, that'll leave you wondering if you're still at the museum.
Oct. 24-Jan. 7, 2008
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