Category Archives: Value

Art is a dirty business

Among the many records set at Christie’s astonishing $852.9million contemporary art sale in New York last week, one has so far gone strangely unreported; the highest price ever paid for a urinal. Robert Gober’s 1988 installation Three Urinals sold for … Continue reading

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A monologue

At the opening of my last show, before the music started, I took the mic and spoke. You can see this here:    

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Here are images of my last show at Deep Tanks, photographed by Kristopher Johnson (thanks Kris). This was the first time I conceived a show as a thematic whole. The disadvantage of this is that the viewer is steered towards … Continue reading

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Together with many other volunteers I helped out with ‘Occupy Sandy’, an offshoot of the Occupy Wall Street movement, in neighborhoods in Staten Island that are heavily damaged by superstorm Sandy. Occupy Sandy says it does mutual aid instead of … Continue reading

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Room 5: VALUE

I ran out of time again. But now I found some. I will continue where I left off and talk about value. Last year I participated in a group show on the theme of value.  The other participants in the … Continue reading

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