“It’s an ambiguous work, but there’s no question about its impact. It’s the experience that counts because you realize it relates to you. This guy was sitting next to you in the audience, and then he goes up on stage and he has this experience. It’s a life experience, it’s a sexual experience, but it’s also some sort of feeling about sensation and a place in society. It’s a light show, it’s sexy, it’s free, it’s outrageous,” said Kisselgoff.