Of all the silly things passing as art today, the giant crack in the floor of London's Tate Museum seems especially feckless. Two museum goers barely escaped serious injury as a result of it. The Daily Mail reports:
Two women have been hurt by falling into Tate Modern's latest installation - a crack in the floor.
At 548 feet long, up to three feet deep and 10inches wide, it zigzags the length of the Turbine Hall and has been described as a highly original work of art.
But visitors have already paid the price for failing to heed warning signs. And a builder said if he had been responsible for the crack he would be sued for health and safety breaches.
What's next, walls that collapse on art patrons?
Hat tip: Lucianne.com