The Mass 04 MAR 2020 Snorri Ásmundsson, artist and enfant terrible against the Icelandic establishment, held a performance piece last week on the tiny north Iceland island of Hrísey. In this piece, held in the island’s church, Snorri donned the robes of a Lutheran minister and held two “masses”. In the first mass, attended by about 30 people, Snorri talked mostly about himself while munching on a chocolate bar. He then played the piano, leading the parishioners in two hymns twice—Oh Best Brother Jesus and Bright Over Bethlehem—before then playing the organ. At the mass’ conclusion, he told attendees to consider themselves bearers of light.