"The premise behind Joe Sola’s 2005 video piece Studio Visit is  simple. Over a period of two years, he invited collectors, curators, and  critics to his Los Angeles studio to talk about his art. He would turn  on the video camera, chat amiably for a few minutes, and then take a  flying leap out the closed window in an explosion of shattered glass.  His guests would dash to the window, only to find Sola chortling on top  of a pile of strategically arranged cardboard boxes eight feet below.  “People would scream with fear and pleasure at the same time,” he  recalls. He repeated this act 22 times.”
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"The premise behind Joe Sola’s 2005 video piece Studio Visit is simple. Over a period of two years, he invited collectors, curators, and critics to his Los Angeles studio to talk about his art. He would turn on the video camera, chat amiably for a few minutes, and then take a flying leap out the closed window in an explosion of shattered glass. His guests would dash to the window, only to find Sola chortling on top of a pile of strategically arranged cardboard boxes eight feet below. “People would scream with fear and pleasure at the same time,” he recalls. He repeated this act 22 times.”

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