Designed and created by the Brooklyn art collective MSCHF in collaboration with Perrotin Gallery, the "ATM Leaderboard" snaps a photo of a guest while they're using the ATM and then ranks them based on their bank balance in a video-game-like leaderboard.
A video taken at Art Basel shows that the number one spot belongs to an unknown man wearing a pink shirt who has an account balance of $2,989,381.60.
As of Thursday, nobody had topped the unknown man's bank balance.
\u201cThis is a real ATM at Art Basel that puts your bank account balance & photo on a leaderboard for all to see \ud83d\udc40\u201d
Daniel Greenberg, the co-founder of MSCHF told CNNthat the "ATM Leaderboard "is an extremely literal distillation of wealth-flaunting impulses."
"From its conception, we had mentally earmarked this work for a location like Miami Basel, a place where there is a dense concentration of people renting Lamborghinis and wearing Rolexes. These are analogous implicit gestures to the ATM Leaderboard's explicit one," Greenberg said.