Yes, I have heard about this.

No, I do not find it interesting. I find it incoherent.

And this is only the beginning for Baby X. This month's exhibit launches Kotak's new conceptual work, "Raising Baby X," in which Kotak "re-contextualizes the everyday act of raising a child into a work of performance art," says the gallery.
"The long-term project will ultimately encompass the overall span of the child's life from birth through attending college and developing an independent life," says Kotak.
"I believe that our most intriguing performances occur when we are not aware that we are performing. It is only in these moments that we are capable of transcending the issues of spectacle that have come to dominate performance art and much of contemporary culture."

Performing as not-performing is A. old, B. impossible, and C. does not include such spectacular events as baby-birthing-in-public.

As you were.