What better way to celebrate the life of the people who live in that world of disturbing sameness then to transform a central room of the hose into something genuinely fantastical, something visually seductive in a way that it never was. Or, as Lou put it in a statement written to accompany the debut of the completed Kitchen at the New Museum of Contemporary Art, “Maybe I can’t change the world, but I can create what I want to look at.” An understated ambition, to be sure, since we’ll likely be looking at Lou’s Kitchen for a long, long time. It’s that good.