Watch a Music Video Filmed Covertly at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Artist FIN collaborates with FlucT and Eartheater for a music video/performance art piece shot at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in secret with smartphones as filming is not allowed within the museum.

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For the video, I specifically wanted to be interacting with art from Ancient Greek and Roman empires," FIN tells

Dazed

. "The marble sculptures function almost like media – they showcase the idealized body of the time, they relay social roles and moral narratives. These cultures have had a lasting impact on the western world, and their ideas were forcefully disseminated through colonialism. Their legacies reverberate into the modern world."

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