Like the Surrealists, I enjoy incongruity. Juxtaposing things in unexpected pairings creates mental confusion which can amusing and enlightening. Right now, there's nothing more incongruous in New York than the "Psycho Barn."
On the roof of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, an artist created an installation using reclaimed barn-wood to resemble the creepy house in Hitchcock's classic film "Psycho." I went up to there yesterday with artist-friend Anne who blogs at Spy Girl. We enjoyed beautiful Summer weather and the skyline of Manhattan. There's also an excellent fashion exhibition on display now in the Met. Anne took pictures of that and will likely blog about it soon.