If Someone Can Mistake Your “Art” For An Ordinary Object, It’s Not “ART”

Whoever drank Wayne Hill’s £42,500 bottle of water deserves the Homer Simpson Award for Pointing Out the Idiocy of Modern “Art”.
“Dirtly-ness of the dirt and bagly-ness of the bag” and all that rubbish…

2 Replies to “If Someone Can Mistake Your “Art” For An Ordinary Object, It’s Not “ART””

  1. Well art is only worth what someone will pay for it. Apparently (hopefully) no one would have actually paid 42,000 pounds for it.
    But if his estimates are correct, I hope that when insurance companies go after people to pay for the damage done by the melting of the ice sheets, they make him pony up his share.

  2. I got all the iceberg water you could want in convenient 12 oz. bottles, let me know who wants to pay for em.

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