Anything goes — 9 Comments

  1. A bridge (wrapped in plastic over some guy sitting on a cube suspended) over troubled water dum-de-dum…

    I missed my calling. I could have spent about 300 bucks, built 3 walls in the shape of a room, painted them white with long pink brush strokes, piled a bunch of bricks in the middle, suspended a store mannequin sitting on a plastic wrapped model of a bridge over the pile of bricks complete with 8 other mannequins dressed as gender fluid transvestites laying about the floor…

    …and made thousands and thousands of dollars.

    I just wouldn't know what the hell to call the damn thing.

    And I don't mind saying that I'm rapidly losing any faith I ever had in the human race.

    • All you have to do is make a name for yourself.  Once people think you're brilliant [even if you're useless] you have it made.

  2. I think we hit the nadir when unmade beds and pickled cows were touted as 'art'.

    Ye Gods and Little Fishes (as my mother used to say), there's one born every minute.

    • I have a used ashtray beside me.  You can have it for a mere €80,000.  It'll be worth millions in a few years.

  3. I wonder how long it will be before fly-tippers, when caught, will start claiming that their piles of rotting rubbish, scrap metal, hedge trimmings and old fridges are "an artistic expression of the hopeless wastefulness of modern society and the experience of the sense of loss associated with modern life" and then get awarded some great prize for it … ?

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