theanyspacewhatever, the Guggenheim's exhibition that examines its most famous work of art—its building.http://www.thirteen.org/sundayarts/blog/film/theanyspacewhatever/640/
A couple of the artists create or alter architectural elements, insinuating their art into the physical structure of the show. Angela Bulloch has installed an LED night sky in the oculus. Jorge Pardo has created a system of panels that slice up the space and serve as walls on which to hang more conventional silkscreens. Gillick’s S-shaped benches are situated periodically on the ramp, places to sit while you’re pondering the audioguide loop, but also handsome sculptures. Sound pieces alter one’s perception, including Bulloch’s Hybrid Song Box.4 and Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster’s Promenade, whose dripping water soundtrack is augmented by a scrim isolating the section of ramp from the atrium.