Social Pool by Alfredo Barsuglia
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Social Pool by Alfredo Barsuglia

Located in a remote and scarcely populated Mojave – the Southern California desert, the Social Pool created by Austrian artist Alfredo Barsuglia is a long-term installation but open for anybody to use.

Before opening this hidden pool is a 3×5m white box with geometric shape looks like a minimalist sculpture, if have keys and GPS coordinates, you can open it as private swimming pool in desert.

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Stephanie Weber, Assistant Curator, Department of Media and Performance Art, The Museum of Modern Art, New York

Social PoolIn its purposefully slick absurdity and inherent stance against nature – it even has an automatic, solar panel-operated filter and chlorine system – Social Pool combines elements of the sublime and the ridiculous. Its absurdity becomes even more tangible with the relative inconvenience of reaching it…


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