The exhibition was actually really good and well worth a visit, although the bouncers on the door may be a bit off putting! Some of the work was really interesting – there was a model of a small boy with an amputated leg gazing into a vending machine which held proteolytic limbs that could be purchased for an in affordable fee. It is very moving and distressing but of course very necessary. It is everything that isn’t in in the Tate Modern but should be. It is achieves everything that the 3 legged chair in Geneva doesn’t.

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