After Cassil collected her specimens, she then poured all 200 gallons of it into a storage tank that would preserve it for spectators to come and feast their eyes on piss. On the exhibit’s opening night, Cassil explained to The Huffington Post how she will be urinating into a bottle before an audience of curious spectators:
I will be facing the sculpture on a very, very high [platform] — probably like 10 feet up in the air, so you’re not eye-line with my crotch. I’m looking down on you. And behind me, is a grid of the 262 orange 24-hour urine capture bottles I used and they create another cube. There’s one space left, which is the one final bottle. So for the two hours of the exhibition opening, I will literally just be standing up there and pissing into the bottle if I have to piss. And at the end of the performance I will climb down and I will dump the urine into the cube and I will place that final bottle on the shelf. So it’s really about closing this piece down.
"My dream is, if there is any rich collectors out there, would be for them to purchase this cube and place it in front of Trump Towers or install it as a new fountain adjacent the the White House property perhaps.
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I can aptly say that she is pissed. Also, “modern protest art” in general.