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Just don’t step in the jelly exhibit

Occasionally — as News of the Weird has reported previously — patrons of art galleries mistake ordinary objects as the actual art.
For example, solemnly “contemplating” a broom inadvertently left behind by a janitor — and sometimes the opposite mistake occurs.
At the Boijmans van Beuningen museum in Rotterdam, a wandering patron absent-mindedly traipsed through a re-creation of Wim T. Schippers’ floor-level Peanut Butter Platform — a 40-square-foot installation of creamy spread.
The museum manager had declined to fence in the exhibit, which he said would spoil its beauty.
And it
was a
step up
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