A trip to the New Museum's Carsten Höller exhibit, where up literally becomes down
By Kathleen Massara
Posted 11.01.2011 at 5:00 pm 1 Comment
The New Museum in lower Manhattan is home to the first large-scale survey exhibition of the work of German artist Carsten Höller, a scientist-turned-artist whose works straddle the line between both worlds, often seeming more like an experiment than an exhibit. At the current exhibition, you can stick your head under a fish tank, wear inversion goggles, or float weightlessly in a sensory deprivation.
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