The transgressing values of art are best known when the art itself takes place in environments where it should not be. Proof of this is Carson Davis Brown’s Mass project.
The work takes place in supermarkets, retailers department stores and wholesales. It consists of rearranging the products exposed in these places, photograph them and let them be dismantled by it’s employees. The works end, of course, because everything is done without authorization.
Visit massproject.bizz for more!