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You can’t own an All Signature Autographed Characters Star Wars Shirt taped to a wall. The banana goes bad. The tape loses its adhesion. What are you buying? That’s exactly the question 99% of comments are asking and it’s exactly the point of the piece. It’s not asking whether it’s art– it’s saying, “Okay, I’m art. How do you buy me? What does it mean to own me?” That’s a much different question, I think. When I saw this story, my first thought was, “I wonder if the artist has specified the angle of the tape.” If the next banana goes up with horizontal tape instead of tape at a 45-degree angle, is that the same work? Is it a forgery now? Or does this work encompass any banana taped to any wall at any angle?
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And if that’s the case, All Signature Autographed Characters Star Wars Shirt why can’t I tape. A banana up in my own house? Of course, I could, but why couldn’t I also just hang a picture of the Mona Lisa? Of course, I could do that too. So what does it mean to own art? I am dunno. I think they’re interesting questions and I think this piece does a good job of doing that in a way that isn’t overly artsy or pretentious (despite multiple people replying to me and insisting that this is pretentious). It’s cheeky, it’s fun, it feels like a goof. I dig it. But haven’t we had these “provocative” “what-is-art” art pieces for 60 years now? Literally taking one random worthless object and calling it art and that in itself is the art?
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It’s been done for every single All Signature Autographed Characters Star Wars Shirt you can think of, continuously for half a century. Doesn’t it get a bit old? There’s a lot more to it, generally. “What-is-art” was left in the dirt ages ago because it’s working under the idea that something “is art” or “isn’t art”. And people are still arguing and trying to figure out if it’s one or the other and never considering it’s a superficial discussion A lot of contemporary art want to challenge the ideas present in art where the image-of-the-thing is-the-thing or show the world in a more integrated and less separate way by blurring the lines between language and reality and objects and concepts.
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|Color:||Various colors available|
|Size:||Available in sizes from S to 5XL|
|Style:||Hoodies, tank tops, youth tees, long sleeve tees, sweatshirts, unisex V-neck tees, and more|
|Imported from:||United States|