Buenos Aires Mayor Macri breaks Seth Wulsin Sculpture in ArteBA





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Published on Sep 5, 2010

On June 24, 2010, Mauricio Macri, the Buenos Aires Mayor known for his repressive surveillance tactics, celebrated the opening of ArteBA with a televised tour of the art fair.

He was accompanied by the directors of ArteBA, Facundo Gomez Minujín and Alejandro Corres, and an interviewer from the TV program Caiga Quien Caiga.

With the directors of ArteBA egging them on and the cameras rolling, Mayor Macri and the interviewer broke a Seth Wulsin sculpture from the counter-surveillance series, Time Drops in Decay.

CQC edited the following video and aired it on Argentine television to relieve themselves of responsibility for the mis-hap.

Later, Macri, ArteBA, and CQC all ducked responsibility for the destruction of the artwork. The piece has been renamed
Infinity Also Hurts.


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