My little ramblings continue..
In 2011, an exhibition at the The Museum of Contemporary Art in Taipei, Taiwan drew great controversy over the apparent distribution of the sleeping pill, Stilnox. Artist Su Hui-yu staged a sleepwalking exhibition entitles Stilnox Strolling – where he appeared to be handing out Stilnox, a prescription drug used to treat sleep disorders.
Local artist Su Hui-yu staged a sleepwalking exhibition entitled Stilnox Strolling, in which he appeared to be handing out Stilnox, a prescription medicine used to treat sleep disorders, and then encouraged participants to discuss the drug’s side effects. Visitors were asked to sign release form detailing the pills’ alleged side effects and releasing the museum from any liability. Continue reading