Lee Cannarozzo, the curator behind the Barrick’s Salvador Dalí exhibition, is moving to Upstate New York next week.
Before leaving, he went a shooting range with a group of friends. They took one of the artworks that appeared in his Disconnected show at the Donna Beam in 2016.
In an act of goodbye, he read the speech that Steve Wynn gave when he was imploding the Dunes in 1993. The group then shot the artwork apart.
Before the shooting it was a flat blue piece of wood in the shape of Clark County.
After a few minutes it looked like the blasted totems in the Alexa Hoyer photographs currently on display in Tested Ground.
The art on our walls is not there only to be looked at; it should also provide inspiration for things like this.