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The supposed art and stupid people staring at the art.
It's just a crack in the floor. I'm more interested in how they did it than the "art" itself.
11th Nov 2007, 15:59   | tags:,,

swamprose says:

My favourite part of it all is the artist's statement. Had me in stitches.

artist's statement

11th Nov 2007, 19:47

Kostika says:

Oh I know. That was on the little pamphlet they gave us as we went in.

11th Nov 2007, 22:07

harimanjaro says:

It might be amusing to go back with a big tub of Polyfilla...

12th Nov 2007, 18:33

Like Kos I'm more interested in how this 'effect' was achieved.

12th Nov 2007, 18:55

Kostika says:

What I suspect they did was take out a series of slabs in the floor and replaced them with the "art" slabs. From looking at the supports it's rather clear they didn't add a layer and they didn't remove all of the floor. So that has to be it.

13th Nov 2007, 00:18

MaggieD says:

I haven't visited it yet .... but I will, taking everyone's views in mind ..... and keeping an open one on my part ... :)

18th Nov 2007, 22:26

Viv says:

doesn't make me laugh or question - just makes me mad and sad!
just walking round some parts of any city or scarred place can do that without the obsenity of the money involved!

20th Nov 2007, 09:52

Kostika says:

Viv I agree. I don't think it's art. It's jsut a fake crack in the floor.

20th Nov 2007, 10:34

nige says:

i don't know, i liked it. i liked the scale of it, and for me, anything that makes people engage with the piece is always going to be interesting. i've spent less time with more critically acclaimed installations, but this kept me hanging around and watching people react to it, because the results were just so funny. for me, it worked.

20th Nov 2007, 10:58

anonymous says:

does no one see the utter irony here ? she (the artist) has had to install a crack in the foundation of this iconic building, it wasnt there before because its not real

20th Nov 2007, 11:36

Kostika says:

That isn't the art though Nige, that's the people. My shot above is about the people, not the supposed art.

20th Nov 2007, 13:38

nige says:

i disagree. to me, the people and their reaction are just as much a part of it as the installation itself. imo it's all one and the same.

20th Nov 2007, 16:50

Viv says:

yes i understand and maybe even agree - but still find it an obscene waste of money etc

21st Nov 2007, 01:17

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