Ok, we just need one more thing from you, and then we’re done for the day. Ok… Can you do a VIP tour? Just five minutes– five minutes. Ok. It’s great to be here at the Hammer. Museum. Thank you for having me. It’s called “Stories of Almost Everyone.” There are stories being told. In these rooms. That’s a definite. Almost everyone? Mmm..I don’t know about that. I’d say 5 to 10 people. The stories of 5 to 10 people, that’s what it should be called. This is a work by Darren Bader. It’s a facsimile of a John McCracken. McCracken was someone who’s known for projecting narratives into a kind of minimalist form. In Darren’s case, it’s full of just kind of–junk. So if we cracked it open– There’d be stuff inside. A piñata of sorts. We know that there’s something inside, but we don’t necessarily know what’s in it. Uh, it’s killing me, it’s driving me crazy. We all know what’s inside. Cocaine. This is a work by Jason Dodge. And there are works where pillows that have only been slept on by acrobats. Yeah.This is really good. And just–like–hanging around circuses? And said “Would you mind–” “Sleeping on this purple pillow.” Yup. I’m sure some said “No, no way.” “No way, weirdo.” “That sounds crazy to me.” And others were like, “I don’t care.” We discussed it and I thought ok, alright. I’m warming up to it but ultimately, no. How was install for this one? This one, similarly, it was about a day. Day! Yeah. This is a piece by Kasper Bosmans. And then they’re–they’re laid on the ground in a certain– It was more… Way or haphazard? Some of the pieces that seemed to be randomly placed actually took hours if not days to set up in a specific way. So that is another interesting discussion as to whether that is, uh, time well-spent, or not. When the lights go off, and there’s no one here, and there’s a guard outside that door, making sure no one gets in, to move those socks… It brings me a strange joy. And I’m not kidding. To install the telephone poles–it took 25 people– to carry one telephone pole. Up the stairs. That’s possibly an artist going, “I got 25 people to carry telephone poles up stairs….” Which is poor planning on the Hammer Museum’s… When they built this museum they should’ve… Thought of that ahead of time. I gotta take off– Intervention. I’ll see you guys later. That was great fun. Chew this cocoa leaf. In the mines, in order to stay awake… After not being able to export the cocoa leaf because –Drugs are illegal? Yeah, shipping drugs are illegal, exactly… I wanna…. Is it weird, I wanna eat it, I wanna take a bite of it. Wait, a person stands there and strips? Yeah. And then does a reverse striptease. Hubba hubba. It’s a 2 carat diamond ring, produced from the ashes of the Mexican architect Luis Barragán. It’s a little baffling. It’s too much for you. It’s a little too much.