A Project by Marshall Weber
San Francisco, California 1988
New York, New York 1998
To ensure the feeling of hopelessness the gallery will be painted black.
To imply the attitude of commitment the entire gallery, including offices, will be painted black.
To reveal the relationship between shelter and privilege the walls will be chained together.
To portray the false association of wealth with spirituality the walls will be chained to the ceiling.
To depict the limitations of form the walls will be chained to the ground.
To evoke the stance of postmodernism the chains will be slack.
To convey the bad faith of commerce the chains will be heavy.
To emote the baseness of complicity the floor will be chained to the door, and the door will be locked.