DON’T. TOUCH. THE. ARTWORK.
I know some works of art ask for some kind of physical interaction with their audience but guess what, some don’t.
This is a section of Tang Ling Nah’s charcoal drawing installation The World Outside at the Esplanade Tunnel. I’m pretty sure the fingerprints aren’t part of the plan.
Can someone explain to me why people do this?
As the Black Eyed Peas once pondered, “Where is the love”?