Once upon a time, an exhibit opened in Finland that has a pretty unique feature -you can skate on it. More.
In September of 2005 the Kiasma Museum of Contemporary Art in Helsinki, Finland opened an exhibition called “First We Take Museums,” which featured Rich Holland’s sculpture, Aalto. Aalto, as it turns out, was the world’s first skateable sculpture. This brings up all kinds of arguments about what is art, and such, but we’ll say it is the first recognized art piece which you can skate, and that’s pretty cool. The idea of experiencing art that way, riding it, is a wonderful idea. The exhibition ran from mid September to mid November of 2005, and yes, people were allowed to skate on it.
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