Usher learned the true power of a woman’s vagina Thursday night at Art Basel in Miami.
He visited Vector Gallery’s ‘Body As Commodity’ performance art installation where a woman was offering to charge people’s phones using a portable charger inside her hoo-ha for $20.
The gallery described the symbolism behind the performance on their Tumblr:
“Body As Commodity” forces the active audience to consider whether using a doll for sexual pleasure commodifies sex more or less immorally than using a real body for amenities that can be monetarily quantified, such as energy; the charging of a mobile phone. This performance piece uses the exchange of literal energy (battery life) for figurative energy (use of a body) at a monetary expense to exemplify the exchange of simulated sexuality for monetary gain.
That’s one way to give your phone a little extra juice….