i’m in jersey and we went to NYC and i saw a LOT OF BUILDINGS and the statue of liberty and it was so fucking surreal and we went to the MoMA and i’ve laughed so hard my stomach hurts i’m so in love with this guy
that are personally offended at “Dismaland” are cracking me up.
First off, it’s Bansky: king of “am I being for serious or nah?”
Like you literally can’t trust that art hoe and that’s part of the Bansky gimmick. Have you watched “Exit Through the Gift Shop”???
Second, tho the pieces come to life via Disney imagery/settings, Disney is being used as more of a Trojan horse to mock and over exaggerate humanities current state. The Cinderella’s crashed carriage statue isn’t actually about Cinderella. Like, hello?
Thirdly, THEY HAVE THE FUCKING GRIMM REAPER RIDING AROUND IN A BUMPER CAR LIKE ARE YOU REALLY TAKING THIS SHIT SO SERIOUSLY THAT YOU’RE OFFENDED BY IT?
I mean, you can sit there and be like, “I can’t believe this passes for "art” now a days but I’ve done reached that level of annoyance with the art world that day I went to the MoMA and they had an exhibit that was just ropes nailed to a wall. Like, not even making a design or anything. Just a piece of plain rope. Nailed to the middle of the wall. That’s its.
And don’t get me started on the COMPLETELY BLANK canvas that sold for THOUSANDS.
So in the end, Bansky’s a joke because art’s a joke because life’s a joke.
So, like, chill.
Either way, I’m laughing.
8.29.14 // after living in new york for my whole entire life, i finally went to the moma for the first time yesterday and i decided that it was well worth the wait. also, i don’t know who that lovely girl in the first photo is. she just happened to walk by as i went to take it, and i decided that she belonged there.