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And the other one [in Belgrade] was a challenge to every bad energy possible; if you give the guy a chain saw Incredibly, just before she started the sit-in at MoMA, she began divorce proceedings from her then-husband, Paolo Canevari, the Italian artist. When she and Ulay broke up, it was in grand style: they turned the death of their relationship into a piece called The Lovers , in which they walked towards each other from two sides of the Great Wall of China — 2,km each, over the course of several months — meeting in the middle "to say goodbye". Of course, I dream to have this perfect man, who does not want to change me. It is the opposite of sensationalism or exhibitionism — a gesture of self-erasure in the Romantic sense — and to sit still for three months, inviting connection with strangers is something that, in the context of the harried and distracted lives we live, makes perfect sense. Others were not. My whole idea at MoMA was to give out unconditional love to every stranger, which I did. This is what I wanted to see. It was — god — endless. There was a concealed hole in her chair, with a chamber pot fitted beneath it, so she didn't have to get up to go to the loo. You become a better human being. They needed to go to a psychiatric clinic," she nods. And then they leave. And the way we can actually control the pain — it's how to control everything. If that's not devotion to one's art, I don't know what is. She is perhaps remembering what happened to David Blaine when he suspended himself in a Perspex box above the Thames all those years ago and was rewarded with jeers and people chucking bottles. Anyway, she says, "I love fashion. At least one took off all her clothes and had to be removed by security. All these stories don't affect me any more. But then, the thing is, when you're afraid of something, face it, go for it. This was after years of critiquing the repressive nature of both her family and her country through performance art. You always fall in love with the wrong guy. The whole point is it's real. I understand that you can bring out the worst in people and the best. No wonder people cried. At first, visitors to the gallery were hesitant to approach her. The nearest you can get is video or photographic stills of her now iconic shows. For three months, Abramovic sat there, impassive, during which time The Artist is Present drew record crowds to the gallery and became one of the most famous and controversial pieces of performance art ever staged. When performance art is bad , it is worse than almost anything and even the good stuff is vulnerable to ridicule. Who says if you have red lipstick and nail polish you're not a good artist. In every culture, [there are those] shamans or medicine men who endured incredible physical pain, because it's a door opening to the subconsciousness. It looks like nothing on paper; a woman wanders around a gallery — where's the artistry in that? As the thing took off, celebrities started to drift in to sit opposite her, including, inevitably, James Franco — and then Ulay came. Fox News got very cross about what it all meant and referred to her as "some Yugoslavian-born provocateur," while a curator at the Whitney Gallery called her "one of the most significant artists of the second half of the 20th century. They're easily bored.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} But my dream is to have those Sunday mornings, where you're eating breakfast and reading newspapers with somebody. An incredible feeling. Then, in a kind of Lord of the Flies scenario, they started subtly to torture her. I really got angry yesterday, because there was a lady who said 'Marina is not serious because she wants a fashion magazine cover. Right now, no, I have no space. I'm so old fashioned in real life, and I'm so not old fashioned in art. But it's OK. Lots of pain. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}At a gallery in her native Belgrade, Serbia, she laid out 72 items on a trestle table and invited the public to use them on her in any way they saw fit. Lots of loneliness, my dear. But how simple it was. She is on a strict diet, and will shortly be leaving for Brazil to meet up with some sort of shamanic adviser. Because there's no change. If you're a woman, it's almost impossible to establish a relationship. The woman always has to play this role of being fragile and dependent. Now here she is on a dull morning in a studio in Brooklyn, dressed head to toe in Givenchy, her favourite designer, and nibbling on what looks like a pellet of astronaut food. Nothing worked any more. No chair this time, and no table. How things will work out at the Serpentine, she doesn't know. It was thrilling, shocking, above all, moral and sailing always in the face of accusations of meaninglessness. It's so easy to do things you like. And then they want to change you and crush you. But the encounter This is as immaterial as you can go. She said I'd killed performance art. The moment he sat — and everyone got very sentimental about it, because they were projecting their own relationships on to us — but it was so incredibly difficult. If you do things you like, you just do the same shit. The experience at MoMA would have turned most people mad — sitting still for that length of time, neither speaking nor moving. In her piece The Lips of Thomas , she carved a five-pointed communist star into her own abdomen, a monstrously sly up yours to the regime and appropriation of brutality for her own purposes. It was the only time I broke the rules. She has no time for this. There is no illusion in what she does; when she cuts herself, it's real. And sat. But I believe in true love, so perhaps it will happen. You are totally blank. And I'm so not marriage material, it's terrible. The public has to cry, not you. 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