Wow. In the Fall of 1971 Gilbert & George's Singing Sculpture was the debut show at Ileana Sonnabend's new gallery in SoHo. The pair stand on a table in suits and spotted metallic makeup and execute a precise series of mechano-robotic movements while an old-timey ode to British homelessness, "Under The Arches," plays on a tape deck. They do it all day without stopping. It's not performance art; they call it "living sculpture." I saw them present it in 1992 for Sonnabend's 20th anniversary.
For Tate Modern's big Gilbert & George retrospective in 2007, the museum's merchandise guru/designer Kit Grover came up with this incredible--did I say incredible? I mean incredibly awesome--little push toy.
Seeing as how we have a slight obsession around our house with artists as living sculpture, I wouldn't say this is a want. It's really more of a need, a desperate, desperate need.