Marina Abramovic's MOMA retrospective, The Artist is Present, doesn't just offer her patrons a place at her table. The exhibit features her 1977 piece "Imponderabilia" -- in which nude performers create a human doorway for visitors to pass through.
In an attempt at the Most Awkward Audience Participation award, Abramovic's visitors are presented with a choice: either narrowly pass through the nude entrance or take a side entrance for those not up to the skin-tight shuffle over the threshold.
We hit the streets to get first reactions from visitors. Watch the videos for more.
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