Art threatening life

Clarice Feldman
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
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