Select a piece of art (do not constrain yourselves by previously held notions of

Select a piece of art (do not constrain yourselves by previously held notions of popular art or fine art).  Approach the art as an anthropologist, with an ethnographic point of view: participate in the art, observe it, and assess its content and how people interact with it and respond to it.  Include a picture or a link so that classmates can see the art you have chosen to discuss while reading your post and write a short essay about your ethnographic experience with the art you observed, focusing on the following questions (please answer at least 4 of these questions):
What was the artist trying to say with his or her work?
How do people interact with art and why? (Check out discussions online about the art-you do not have to go somewhere for this)
Where did this art come from?
Has it moved across geographic space?
Who paid for it, bought it, or developed it?
Can it be sold?
How do you know it’s art?
Who told you, who controls it, who designs how it is displayed, and so on?
Finally, how might the artwork you have chosen allow certain people to form or maintain relationships of power or assert particular ideas about how relationships of power are organized?