Some classic barf-inducing artspeak: "To install Ground, Sanders created ten sculpted earth chairs, in a variety of forms . . . The installation offers an unmitigated phenomenological experience, the opportunity to interact with a living material in a simultaneously nostalgic and atypical way."
I’m trying to think of people who might be nostalgic about grass: golfer-turned-international space station astronaut; gardener-turned-submariner; polar explorer; castaway…
Hahaha — well said!
lol at “unmitigated phenomenological experience”. How is this phenomenological experience any less mitigated than any other phenomenological experience?