Handles features six large-scale sculptures by Haegue Yang. Commissioned by the MoMA to occupy its expanded second-floor Atrium, the sculptures are mounted on wheels and covered in bells. When pushed or pulled by the eponymous handles attached to the sculptures (as they are during scheduled performances) the bells jingle softly. Catch a performance if you can, but even unmoved the sculptures are beautifully unique and make great use of the museum's space.

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