by Brooke Dowd Sacco
Visiting museums is a great way to expand your mind and enhance your fancy. But who has the time to spend hours taking in exhibit after exhibit? Then once you get there, you get stuck behind some annoying class trip and a fun day of looking at nudes turns into Babysitting 101. At HoMu or The Homeless Museum of Art, New York-based artist Filip Noteradaeme is the director with a booth and a small collection of objects—and only two people can visit the museum at a time. Dubbed the ‘world’s smallest museum’, the booth functions as a reception, front desk, director’s office, and exhibition floor. Visitors must sit in plastic folding chairs in front of the booth while a stuffed coyote named ‘Florence Coyote’ sits on its side. Basically, if you don’t want to visit this museum immediately, you’re dead to me.