Tuesday, December 26, 2006

The End of Art

[A dumpster is a reminder of how temporary the usefulness of objects is. In New York especially there is a constant state of change. Dumpsters become the final stop. Companies go out of business, people move, there is no room to store useless objects, so they are removed, space is cleared for new objects the length of which usefulness is uncertain Art being useless might have an inevitable destiny with one unless it is given a reprieve by a collector or someone who appreciates it, if it is fortunate to wind up in a museum it’s fate might be secured, it might have a reprieve for an extended moment of grace.]

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