“The Smell of a Critical Moment”

Posted by on Jan 15, 2012 at 11:52 am

Let’s look at the upside. At least they’re not calling it the smell of a critical movement.

It’s political dis-scent: An olfactory artist has transported the stench of Occupy Wall Street from Zuccotti Park to a Staten Island art gallery.

“The Smell of a Critical Moment,” which opened yesterday at Doorways on Van Duzer Street, features 99 T-shirts that protesters wore for a week straight, without washing them.

Artist Gayil Nalls distributed new white tees to OWSers and on Jan. 12 collected the body-odor-drenched shirts to capture the revolution’s essence.

Putrescence as art. What will they think of next?

Via Allahpundit.

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One Response to ““The Smell of a Critical Moment””

  1. memomachine on 16/16/12 at 11:21 am

    You know I am so goddamn sick of that picture that frankly I’m going to start permanently blocking any site that shows it.