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Artist's Survival Shack

"ON AUGUST 1, 2013, ADAM STENNETT BEGAN A MONTH-LONG INSTALLATION / ENDURANCE PERFORMANCE LIVING AND WORKING IN A 6.5 X 9.5 FOOT, OFF THE GRID ARTIST SURVIVAL SHACK AT AN UNDISCLOSED LOCATION ON THE EAST END OF LONG ISLAND. THE SUPPLIES, FOOD AND WATER HE ARRIVED WITH WERE THE ONLY SUPPLIES HE HAD ACCESS TO. HE DID NOT LEAVE THE AREA FOR THE DURATION OF THE PERFORMANCE (ONE MONTH)…"
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2 comments:

Anonymous said...

THAT IS MOST AMAZING HARD TO BELIEVE THAT IT IS CONSIDERED ART WOULDN'T YOU AGREE AS THERE ARE SO MANY OTHERS LIVING IN BOXES AND UNDER BRIDGES IN THEIR OWN PERFORMANCES

Anonymous said...

Checking out the pictures, I suppose it's tough for some people to leave their land-rover behind and do some comfortable camping for a month. I guess hes never done a backpacking trip where you have to fit all your supplies on your back.

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