The measure of commercial art... Yes, of course its the market success.
Installations etc are a whole different animal all together which this experiment isn't looking at :)
-The Faux Artist-
I read this and feel the wolves the air-castles.They thinking of money tells the truth is the reality from everything .
It is a old storry that goes around to get the mind active .To draw lines .My adage to this is : art is dead God is gone .
What the fuck we dont stop to make rubbish . It's so musty and beautiful .
It's the pleasure for both side's to created , to make and yes the experiment .For you rules , for me magic , unknow , questions , mistakes , searching for controlle the unexpected .
When i read well ; is to sell crap the exepriment ? So please buy my crap & rubbish to become art .
To keep my own art to make some rubbish out of it .
Because it is nice to create by the faux artist rules .
Next monday art for free
I put trash & garbage on the street .Come before the nightman !!!
Sell it .
TIP : Do you wanna be sure that you can sell some garbage take the Mon link from Lady Gaga .
I think Bruce Rimell was pretty close to this, but I want to be more specific:
First, I'd like to point out a major flaw in this whole thought experiment - "The only reason this art work sold, he felt, was because the artist had become a ‘known entity’ on the art scene and was able to project some anal significance to the mess they had created and labeled it as ‘art’."
The major flaw is obvious - if the only reason that such art sells is because the artist is a 'known entity' then the experiment is null and void because the guy with this hypothesis, who would be conducting the experiment, isn't a known entity and so his participation would render the results null and void from having an evidentiary application toward proving said hypothesis.
Besides, if the talentless guy makes some art and doesn't sell it, what does that prove? That the art isn't any good, that he isn't known enough to sell it despite the fact that it isn't any good, or that it's actually pretty good but not known enough to be able to sell it?
Furthermore, even if the talentless guy in question creates a piece of what he thinks is modern art - and it sells, it could very well be that he's not as "talentless" as he thinks he is...just not intelligent enough to know talent when he sees it - even if it's his own...
art can be many things,,
to make your living room look good,,
[it goes with your sofa]
to, please visully,
or be the cause of fierce debate,
i know which one i prefer,,,
i once gave a oil to a friend
which was given to me by another
friend who had died,,
a small picture,, he said he was
i went in a week later and it was stuck in a cupboard,,,
hhmmmmm, it didint go with the wall paper he said,,,,