Interactive Imagination

If you usually go to a museum for quiet contemplation, ditch Josh Greene’s “Some Parts Might Be Greater Than the Whole” exhibit, which encourages elbow-rubbing among strangers. Greene’s “installation” — part of ASU Art Museum’s Social Studies series — is equal parts reality television and guerrilla theater. High jinks may include staring contests, a pancake breakfast, a basketball hoop with games of H-O-R-S-E, a crew of day laborers producing a TV show, or the San Francisco artist helping museum visitors re-enact moments from their childhood. Fun.
Tuesdays-Sundays. Starts: Feb. 19. Continues through May 18, 2008
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