© 1999, Radford Simone Decker
Simply by changing the scale (larger or smaller) of an object, you can make art…
© 2002, Tina Roeder “white plastic chair”
© 2006, Sam Durant “mono-block porcelain chair”
© 2008, Maarten Baas “plastic chair in wood”
It it quite funny if you think that for example children are doing this while learning from the “mistakes”.
And similar “mistakes” are called
by the same people who talk about decontextualization.
I’m not surprised if this makes contemporary art less attractive and enjoyable for the general public not in confidence with the art world.
© 2006, Sebastian Errazuriz, The tree, CH
© 1913, Marcel Duchamp, Bicycle Wheel
Art sometimes is a pure expression of imagination:
as an object placed in an unusual place.