With high air temperature over the weekend, he called on the Australian artist, Stuart Ringholt, visitors to the exhibition, to take off their clothes and walk around naked.
He justified his request Ringholt nudity during a visit to the Museum of Contemporary Art, that aims to remove physical barriers between the artist and the public, in one of the most bizarre events taking place in the city of Sydney.
Australian artist and claimed that his goal is to address "the concept of fear and embarrassment" in the event of interest.The call event, which seeks to raise itself, entitled Long says, "walked in the exhibition of the artist, who will be the same naked, and those who wish to join the tour they must strip as well."
It continued: "stripped of physical barriers between the visitor and the artist to join the Ringholt tour followed by a reception attended naked."With that said-cards visitors to the exhibition may have been the focus of attention, the museum said that "the show has gained a new perspective as they examine the exhibits visitors completely naked."
And mocking the fear by some that the only one who can remove it from the exhibition is the concern that affected its participants about what you will wear for the occasion, witnessed by the strangest Australian city this month.
It is noteworthy that the art museum exhibits opened in March / March after renovations costing $ 53 million, and where the more than 4 thousands of a work of art from around the world.