Dispersed across the floor, 'Summer Vacation' is less of a monument and more of a constructed landscape. Two large horse-head sculptures are located on either side of this space, so that as you walk around you're also "interrupting" the work, becoming part of it yourself. Next to the horse head that sits on a wooden board, there is a small statuette of Diogenes of Sinope, a Greek philosopher with, perhaps, the most chill point of view: He found pleasure in the simple things. So you've got this tiny philosopher shouldering a gray banana peel that drags down all the way to his feet, trudging along on this board. It trivializes esteemed institutions (philosophy, classical art) and shifts the attention to the quotidian (banana peel, horse head).