All right, not exactly right away but this really was a museum experience remembered by Henry Geldzahler, the legendary and sometimes controversial Metropolitan Museum curator of contemporary art from 1960 to 1977.
“I can see often, clearly in my head, a broadcasting booth, soundproof in glass, sitting at the head of a classroom. And on each student desk sits a radio, everyone tuned in to a different wavelength.”
How far we’ve come!
In 1965, Susan Sontag wrote a ground breaking essay, Against Interpretation which she dedicated to the artist Paul Thek, a sometime lover