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Kay Hough
Kay Hough • 2 years ago

At the New Museum in New York there are pieces by Carsten Höller that you can climb on, ride on, stick your head into, smell. Even swallow. Untitled (Slide), 2011 Museum-goers can hop into a slide which shoots them down three stories of the building.

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