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    Looking over the comments I find myself awash with relief......Thank God for you people

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    Well, there's one way to create "philosophical art" without any effort, unless you consider staring on and off at a white board for 40 days a difficult task.

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    I've suffered an internal injury caused by laughing, after I read all the posts and enjoyed the very art and its meaning... lololololol

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    I think it would be fitting to held an invisible press conference to comemorate this milestone event. After that the invisible journalists would publish their invisible reports in their invisible journals. If all this would not set fire the imagination of their invisible readers then I don't know what would!

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    You all talk big, but look at this one and tell me it isn't awesome.

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    I just added that to my invisible portfolio and sent it off to Feng Zhu's art school. Think I'll get accepted?

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    Quote Originally Posted by crossmirage View Post
    It's ableist.
    Stop making up words.

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    this is stupid as hell.

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    The thread is valid in this person was exposing us to something that is happening in the art world. And asking for opinions. I for one commend the originator. When a joke goes vile, then it shows the characters of those keeping it that way.....And there is a lot to be said for being sophmoric.....

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    Its not the creators' of the gallery and its amazing art pieces that are at fault; it's the people that buy tickets/waste their time to go to these expositions who are being dumb.

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    There was a worse exhibit earlier. It was some project backed my James Franco where people made invisible art but there was nothing tangible at all about the piece other then the name and description tag. One lady in Canada bought a 10,000$ rip-off from them.

    The great news is that it mathematically simply can't get worse then this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pavel Sokov View Post
    There was a worse exhibit earlier. It was some project backed my James Franco where people made invisible art but there was nothing tangible at all about the piece other then the name and description tag. One lady in Canada bought a 10,000$ rip-off from them.

    The great news is that it mathematically simply can't get worse then this.
    That just proves that some people have way too much money. It is almost unethical to NOT develop schemes to get that money back into circulation.

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    The blank canvas reminded of me White on White: http://www.moma.org/collection/objec...bject_id=80385
    And almost 100 years later we get… nothing on nothing. Love it! here's $20,000

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    I'm disappointed to not have thought of it first.

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    Hey, at least its something

    oh... nevermind

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    The one thing that gives me a bit of sanity is knowing that if i were to put this in a time machine and bring it 1000, or 2000 years in the future and tell the future people this is art, they'd probably still have the same reaction we're all having right now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ArtZealot View Post
    The one thing that gives me a bit of sanity is knowing that if i were to put this in a time machine and bring it 1000, or 2000 years in the future and tell the future people this is art, they'd probably still have the same reaction we're all having right now.
    I think you could take it to the past and say "this is what art will be like in the future," and get the same response.

    I wish I had no ethics and was happy scamming people in this way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shrunkendesigner View Post
    I think you could take it to the past and say "this is what art will be like in the future," and get the same response.

    I wish I had no ethics and was happy scamming people in this way.
    People seem so willing to buy into stupid crap it feels like ethics are the only thing that keeps us from exploiting our way to millions

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    Noone in that exhibition is making millions, the safe assumption would be that it will end quietly with a couple pieces sold for some modest amount that is meant for the artist rather than the work itself and the only real impact it will have on anything is stirring up a couple thousand "Has the world gone nuts" chain e-mails by boring people and headshaking from reactionaries like the artrenewal.org guy

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    Yeah, that's true it's probably not making them a ton of money. Still I feel like these sorts of things have a big part to play in the whole "Fries with that" treatment you get stuck with.

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    Well i read the article didn't think it was very good. I just couldn't see the attraction of this exibition.

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    This artist has truly learned how to draw the unseen ear. Loomis would be proud.

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    Aw, when I saw the title I was hoping this thread was going to be about matte painting

    Invisible art?

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    Glow in the dark paint/blue light paint that can only be seen in the dark or under UV light?

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