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    Why does the man on the bottom have a built in colostomy bag in his pants?
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    you don't understand art

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    Quote Originally Posted by MEGA JESUS-SAMA View Post
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    Ever wonder why fashion hasn't been included in general art history or why it's never really sold at Christie's / Sotheby's as high art or displayed at galleries?

    It's like its own little spin-off of the art world onto a craft. It's main purpose is to be utilitarian but then that doesn't stop it from trying to develop its own sense of aesthetics... Kind of like how woodcarvers develop strange new forms or different kinds of woodworking techniques to make interesting new tables or lampstands or whathaveyou... but it's still utilitarian. That's kind of why people take issue with it. If someone makes a beautiful or really cool looking table but you can't put anything on it or it's wobbly or somehow denies its original purpose than people won't want it because it stems from a craft with that utilitarian purpose. So if clothes don't fit or make it awkward to move in...

    Now if something was being produced simply as an art piece and never to be worn (which alot of fashion designers are attempting to do today) then that's a little different. However, these "art pieces" are usually produced as a symbol for their line, showing off the major aesthetic decisions that were made in that line of clothing. It's a showpiece for a set of utilitarian pieces and thus runs into the same issues as I stated above.

    Of course this all depends on how the craft backlash movement that's carrying through postmodernist art goes through and how much weight it lends to craft. But at the moment craft is merely appropriated for the purposes of art; kind of like how these crafts like fashion design and clothing construction are appropriating pieces of the postmodern aesthetic.
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    No. The problem is that people don't want to consider things art unless they like or they can understand it. People generally don't have any trouble accepting painting as art even if its depicting a penis fucking a skull because they're conditioned to accept painting as an artistic discipline. But art can be made with anything, including rocks, feces, silk chiffon, and babies shot out of cannons. Anything that can be used to communicate, which happens to literally be anything, is capable of being used to create art.

    I figure the difference between the craftsman and artist is that the former makes what you want him to and the latter makes what he wants to; the difference between the unsuccessful and successful artist is how well he convinces you that you need the things he's making. This definition doesn't just kill those noncreative jobs that have had 'artist' tacked onto their names, like Subway's sandwich artists or the graphics artists that are just making CG on demand, but it also kills that perception that only certain mediums are artistic because it makes no distinction between them.

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    My datacenter designs are art.

    You walk into a NoB designed datacenter and you get a special feeling in your pants, something you couldn't duplicate unless you were standing in front of a Rembrandt or a Monet or maybe a still from 'Raising Arizona'.
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