WTF Alert! A Tossed Salad On NYC's High Line.

Fluxus performance artist Alison Knowles restaged her iconic Make a Salad piece, originally orchestrated in 1962, last weekend at the High Line Park in New York City. The artist, in collaboration with her daughter Jessica Higgins, chopped salad and an array of other vegetables to a soundtrack played by musician Joshua Selman. As you will see from the photos below, the "salad" was created by tossing the ingredients from one floor of the Highline Park to another.

Once dropped into the mixing tarp, the large crowd that had gathered to watch helped by collectively tossing and turning the lettuce, celery, carrots, mushrooms, radish and onions together. The salad was completed when the artist dolloped dressing on it. She then served the work to the hungry audience.

Joshua Selman playing electric salad rock.

The artist had lots of helping hands for chopping and dicing the vegetables.

Knowles knew just how much dressing to add.

The salad was literally tossed from one floor to the other.

Racking up the salad.

Almost ready.

Feeding the hungry crowd.