Spotted this little write-up about the MONA Museum in Hobart. I definitely want to visit sometime. This bit raised my eyebrows though:

Tattoo Tim, as he is called, sits on a pedestal throughout the day so museum visitors can view the tattoos on his back. He will be at the museum daily for at least the next month and will take guided tours once a day through the Delvoye exhibition. When he dies, he will be skinned and his tattoos displayed in a more traditional frame.

”That could be tomorrow, but I hope it’s not,” the 35-year-old from Switzerland says with a smile.

I hope for his sake he meets with a nicer fate than poor Drioli!

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