Elizabeth Gilhooley (American, 1981-), Immovable Iconography, 2010, trash receptacle, washtub, bicycles, GAP bag, 4.5′ x 6′ x 5′, Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, Kansas City, MO.
Since this it outside Elixir and at night, you might also want to add “cloud of smoke.”
Looks like a pile of trash to me. On second thought, I’ll take that wash tub. It’s actually useful as opposed to a bike with only one gear.
To be fair, at least the bike in front has two brakes, indicating it’s not a fixie. And I think I see a derailleur on the one in back.
A single bolt holds the lids of those garbage cans on. Really dumb idea to lock your bike that way…
you just have to get used to modern art to appreciate the beauty of it :,-
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