There’s A Tiny Pool In The Middle Of The Mojave Desert, And You Can Swim In It
Somewhere in the depths of California’s Mojave Desert, in a location identifiable only by guarded GPS coordinates, is a tiny pool.
This pool, imagined by Austrian artist Alfredo Barsuglia, is open to the public. All one needs to do is inquire at the MAK Center for Art and Architecture in West Hollywood about the longitude and latitude of the artificial oasis, plopped down in the middle of the arid spaces. But don’t forget to ask for the key, as well.