A Sunday at MoMA Louise Bourgeois, 1997. Givenchy, 1968. Miyake Design Studio, 1997. Richard Nicoll and Studio XO, 2015. Daniel “Dapper Dan” Day, circa 1985–1991. Vasily Kandinsky, 1909. The disks are to be placed on a record player. Marcel Duchamp, 1935. The story goes that the artist used a telephone to convey instructions to the enamel manufacturer, having no physical role in creating the work. László Moholy-Nagy, 1923. Louise Bourgeois, date unknown. Gego (Gertrude Goldschmidt), 1959. David Hammons, 1989. Joan Jonas, 2010/2012/2013 with singing by André Somby and piano and sounds by Jason Moran. Joan Jonas, 2010/2012/2013 with singing by André Somby and piano and sounds by Jason Moran. Thinking Machines, 1987. Waldemar Cordeiro, 1972. The image comes from a protest in São Paulo against the military dictatorship.