THE ARTIST PROJECT: Tom Sachs on the Shaker Retiring Room
“To me it's important to say, ‘hey, someone was here making this thing,’ when you look at the object.” American sculptor Tom Sachs explains his admiration for the design of the Shaker Design room, which perfectly embodies the community's dedication to a humble and austere life. This video was produced by the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
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