ARTIST Eugenio Ampudia is making a habit of sleeping rough in the name of art.
He recently spent the night outside the contemporary art museum Gas Natural Fensa of A Coruna, and has slumbered on the hallowed doorsteps of the Prado, the Alhambra and the Palau de la Musica already.
Illuminated by projections of his work – one features a motorcycle tearing through the Prado’s corridors – his show ‘Donde Dormir’ is part of his fifth installment of performance artwork.
He was accompanied by 11 enthusiastic aficionados.
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