As part of an experience presented by the Guggenheim, Carsten Holler created Revolving Hotel Room, a bed and other bedroom furniture on a revolving platform. In 2008, guests could pay a large fee to sleep on the installation for their own “night at the museum,” suggesting the idea of art imitating life. While most of the patrons that coughed up the money were journalists and actors, not necessarily romantic partners, they spent their time doing everything from running the museum’s floors to working on their laptops in the bed.