My Take on Man Bartlett’s #BestNonBuy Performance

Man Bartlett worships at the shrine of Best Buy

I arrived Friday morning at Best Buy in Union Square to see how artist Man Bartlett was holding up during his 24 hour #BestNonBuy performance, which involved him shopping but not buying anything while wandering the aisles of the big box store.

I was mystically drawn to his performance and then I realized why, it was a DIY version of reality TV, and I love reality TV.

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Image caption: Man Bartlett blesses the temple of Best Buy.

One response to “My Take on Man Bartlett’s #BestNonBuy Performance”

  1. libhomo Avatar

    I am intrigued by performance art about not buying things, but I can’t stand unreality TV.

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