This is your brain on boulders:
Speaking to AFP through a crack in the limestone boulder late Friday, Abraham Poincheval said he had been buoyed by how his performance has "got into people's heads".A rolling artist gathers no moss...
The artist made headlines worldwide when the two halves of the rock closed around him on Wednesday at a Paris art museum.
Poincheval, 44, had carved out a hole inside the rock in his own image, just big enough for him to sit up in, with a niche to hold supplies of water, soup and dried meat.
"People seem to be very touched. They come and talk into the crack, read poetry to me, or tell me about their nightmares or their dreams," he said.
"They are not so much talking to me, I think, as to the stone. I am very happy that the stone has got into their heads."