Modern art degenerated into psychotic fingerpaintings generations ago. How can moonbats continue to push the envelope, which must be done constantly so they can admire themselves for their hipster transgressiveness? Here’s an idea that also cuts down on the cost of art supplies:
Being an art lover can turn into an expensive endeavor, but to lay down some cold hard cash on works that don’t even exist is pushing the bounds of art appreciation to its breaking point. New media aficionado Aimee Davison doesn’t quite share that same viewpoint and she used her bank account to show it, spending $10,000 on a piece of non-existent artwork from the Museum of Non-Visible Art (MONA).
The MONA project is the work of artist duo Brainard and Delia Carey, along with actor James Franco. You might remember the intrepid trio launching a Kickstarter fundraising effort for the mythical museum last month. The most expensive item available for purchase from MONA was a $10,000 work titled Fresh Air, which is now the property of Ms. Davison.
For her 10 grand, Davison gets “a simple display card which explains the idea behind the art, and nothing more.” At least it should be easier to look at than some of the childish crap hanging at MoMA.
On a tip from Bob Roberts.