Sunday, January 21, 2007
Junk, art, and fun
clever, how effective, how well-crafted, how unique, how ecologically sensitive, how commercially potent, how politically relevant, how, hmm, fun.
And perhaps even more spectacularly artistic and funny, his Plastic Chair Whale Skeleton.
So what I'm beginning to conclude is this: the junk-art connection is a big one, it connects this part of our brain with that part, this part of our culture with that, truth with beauty with profound silliness. Look for it. Nurture it. Enjoy it.
funscouting by neatorama.