Pirelli HangarBicocca presents a group show that reinvents the rules with which we experience works of art, urging visitors to do what is normally forbidden in a museum.
In Take Me (I’m Yours) the works can be touched, used or modified; they can be consumed or worn, purchased or taken for free, perhaps in exchange for some personal offering.
The exhibition is also a project that evolves and regenerates over time.
Along with the possibility of taking one of the thousands of copies of each produced work – thus taking part in the physical emptying of the space – the audience at Take Me (I’m Yours) also alters the appearance of the place, participating in performances in which the exchange is not necessarily connected with an object, but with an experience.
Based on an idea of Hans Ulrich Obrist and Christian Boltanski from 1995.
Curated by Christian Boltanski, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Chiara Parisi, Roberta Tenconi.