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  1. Tryn Rose says:

    Absolutely delightful. And if it’s ever done in Colorado or near the Appalacians, collect keys from that place. I love the connections talked about: who gets a key to your home, office, car? People close to you. As a person who works with people with Alzheimer’s, I’ve seen them in the museum, where they come back to life (literally), discuss, see, engage, remember, remark on what’s in front of them. They become regular people again. Thanks for making such memorable exhibits. Keep it up. *

  2. Cal bergquist says:

    I thought it was cool because there was so many keys and I saw my moms keys traced on the wall.

  3. Deborah says:

    Brilliant in many ways.

  4. AlterEdge says:

    I’m lucky enough to only need 3 keys on my chain right now. :D

  5. Troll says:

    This is a really beautiful and interesting exhibit that made me think about the relationships I share with the people that have given me keys – at all times I have ten. I wonder how my drawn keychain would appear?

  6. mitch says:

    Great such a great work of art Pure genius

  7. mitch says:

    awesome.

  8. mitch says:

    Now I see why I laugh so much at art galleries. The absolute ridiculousness of this exhibit was beyond expectations. This idea, the email the creators option, was particularly stupid. Thanks. I am overjoyed with banality.
    -The Tongue

  9. mitch says:

    I regret having to pay to see this. Although, I am going to open a space next door and exhibit my discarded “object”s–my poo. People will pay $20 for my poo-vision.

  10. greg says:

    I consider it an enormous waste of time and money.

  11. Terry says:

    While I loved the comments almost as much as the exhibit, I thought the idea was bold and definitely a look at something we don’t look at all. And even more importantly as an element to a piece of Art. I disagree that it was a waste of time and money. It made me think about my life and what my keys open and represent. The fact it made me think makes it worth it to me. So Greg and others who gave such nasty notes, did it make you think at all?

  12. Andy says:

    The project is good to show us that any idea can be turned into a great artwork, as long as you have put your intention and devotion into it and make it a reality.

  13. Maureen says:

    I loved this exhibit – it is so creative and original – the exhibit was cool and I feel that I would like to speak to the brain of the artist!!!

    Incredibly creative and refreshing —

    Mai Ka’i — Awesome!!

  14. Ronen says:

    You are incredibly creative and fascinating!

  15. Felice says:

    Wonderful!
    It’s quiet in the gallery. I got down on the floor and was able to see the exibit at eye level. I love the images on the wall. I see Pueblos and the skyline.

    Absolutely lovely.

    Ignore the morons who think this “ridiculous.” They have no imagination. How terribly sad for them.

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