One of the works that were very popular with the visitors of Art Basel’s Unlimited sector was David Shrigley’s participatory installation Life Model. The piece invites the public to draw a rather not so handsome male nude that occasionally urinates into a bucket. The resulting drawings were then displayed on the walls of the space. Shrigley competed with his work for the 2003 Turner Prize.
David Shrigley: Life Model. Stephen Friedman Gallery, Art Basel Unlimited, June 16, 2015.
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