At Musée de la Chasse et de la Nature in Paris, French artist Abraham Poincheval is living inside of a taxidermied bear as a way to "understand his own physical limits and experience animal nature." For 13 days, Poincheval will remain in a small cavity in the bear's stomach with food, things to keep himself entertained, and a makeshift bathroom.

Unlike the artists who lived inside a giant wheel in Brooklyn, Poincheval doesn't have space to move around, but visitors are encouraged to interact with him during the day, and there is a 24-hour live feed of his performance being broadcast to the outside world. Check out pictures of his bear cubby hole above.

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[via Designboom]