The organizers of the exhibition in Scotland took pineapple for the exhibit and glazed it
The organizers of the exhibition of contemporary art in the Scottish city of Aberdeen has adopted an abandoned pineapple visitors for the exhibit and glazed it. Reported by the Daily Mail.
According to the newspaper, 22-year-old student at the Robert Gordon University Ruari grey (Therese Gray) with friends so I decided to make fun of other people in the gallery and put the fruit on the middle of the empty table. A few days later they again came to the exhibition and found that pineapple is glazed. “I decided to see how long it will stay on that table and will people actually believe that this is art,” said Prancer Daily Mail.
So last week we placed a pineapple next to an art display and come in today and RGU have moved it into a glass display case. Amazing. pic.twitter.com/sMzTUlapDQ
— Jack Lloyd (@LloydJack16) may 1, 2017
One of the friends gray, Lloyd Jack (Jack Lloyd), published a photograph of a pineapple on his Twitter account. “So, last week we put a pineapple next to the display, and saw today that he was placed behind a glass showcase. It’s amazing,” — he signed the picture.
In may last year it was reported that two American media left on the exhibition of contemporary art on the floor of the Museum points visitors mistook them for modern art.