My favorite work in this section, though, was a five-part blueprint series by E.V. Day called "Anatomy of Hugh Hefner's Private Jet." The first print pictures the floor plan of an airplane, marked with points like "Cock Pit," "Powder Room," "Discotheque" and "Hef's private entrance." In subsequent prints, the demurely phallic-shaped object gradually metastasizes into a whorling explosion. Though this smart, stylish piece was certainly admirable on its own, it also revealed some of the thinking behind Day's installation Flesh for Fantasy, an "explosion" fabricated from bits of inflatable sex dolls strung on wire, which appeared on the museum's first floor.