08 March 2006

Bread statue popular with pigeons

Whoever worried about possible stagnation in arts, could rest assured. Here is a shining example of new ways to baffle the bourgeois minds. A self-portrait in bread.















As you can see, the act of creation is shared with our avian friends. The end result may not make the best sandwich, but the public has been fed worse, I am sure.

Says the artist: "I am the person who has the most access to my mind, so I should be the starting point of my pieces."

I would guess that the pigeons got access to that mind too, leaving their gifts to human culture there. Even before that statue was conceived.