NYC’s MoMA Lets You Watch a Movie Star Sleep
by Steph Spencer | March, 2013
A new installation at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City sees actress Tilda Swinton — who has starred in films such as Orlando and Michael Clayton — sleeping in a glass box for hours at a time. The piece is called The Maybe and does not have a set schedule. Swinton and her glass enclosure will appear in a different location within the museum each time she performs.
Swinton has performed the piece at other museums, having debuted the work London’s Serpentine Gallery in 1995.
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