Woman is making headlines for “fancy” fecal art featuring moose turds

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Hard pass for me.


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14 responses to “Woman is making headlines for “fancy” fecal art featuring moose turds

  1. So-called “modern” art is degenerate; post-modern art is even more degenerate and without any standards. Actually, the celebrated atheist-communist painter Pablo Picasso did this woman one better — he used his granddaughter’s poop to paint.


  2. Is there any way we can get her to make brownies out of them for richly deserving people like Chuck Schumer, Andrew Cuomo and Sheldon Silver?

  3. Why do people have to descend so low to achieve recognition? Pigs are selected for their tasty meat while people are recognized for the picture they paint.

  4. We have local turds in Arizona. We have to donate $ to those turds, in the form of gov’t turd benefits, free food, and health care. Our AZ Turds tend to get sick way more often than us noturds. Our turds don’t have enough sense to say no to yellow water which keeps them sick.

    There’s a run on nosepins here in AZ. To buy a nosepin means you need extra money to spend. I had an idea to invest in nosepin stocks, but that would be double dipping.

    I keep coming up with too many buts. “It’s the turds, dum-dum!” but my friends keep telling me “The turds, they stink at being thrifty.”

  5. Too late—it’s already been done: Piero Manzoni supposedly canned 90 tins of his own filth and labeled it as such in 1961!

  6. Words fail me when I try to express my disgust with the art world, by which I mean the gallery system that dictates to the culture what is “high art.” It is almost identical to the “high fashion” culture that dictates style on the Paris runways, forcing insane ideas on an audience too proud to admit they are clueless.

  7. I had a pet rock.
    It was much cleaner.
    I was 11 years old.
    I got over it.

  8. So this is “art”? I have one of those wooden Moose. Won it as a joke prize at a party. You put M&M’s in it and when you pull its head back it “poops” M&M’s. So she buys one and glues moose crap to it and displays it as a work of art?

    I have a storage shed full of weird crap I could glue stuff to. I could be rich.

  9. I guess I have to comment on this as an art teacher: When my students ask about this sort of thing, as they OFTEN do— (as in” Is this really art?”) I reply thusly:

    “It is art, for the artistic or sensational/economic reasons to the person who made it. HOWEVER, that doesn’t mean that you or anyone else has to “accept” it as art. You are being educated in the aesthetics of art here in my class, and hopefully—in the future in other public school art classes as you go on. With your education in art aesthetics, you are and will be capable of making that decision for yourself. Also, contemporary art is often promoted and exhaulted when someone presents a work as a “first.” If YOU decide to paint in moose poop tomorrow b/c you saw that this person received recognition in the art world for doing so…..you will not be “first.” You will just be considered a kid who paints with poop and you & your parents maybe will get a referral to a mental health appointment in your community.

    My kids seem to always “get it” with this sort of explanation about “Is this really art?” And then, they pick up their crayons and colored pencils and watercolors and continue on—most times with joy, with self-motivation, and trusting their own creativity and judgment….which, in the end…is my aim, after all, as their art educator.

  10. Degrading White Western Christian art is a cornerstone of Bolshevik Cultural Marxism. This is a much earlier filth attack against us.

    Immersion (Piss Christ) is a 1987 photograph by the American artist and photographer Andres Serrano. It depicts a small plastic crucifix submerged in a small glass tank of the artist’s urine. The piece was a winner of the Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art’s “Awards in the Visual Arts” competition,[1] which was sponsored in part by the National Endowment for the Arts, a United States Government agency that offers support and funding for artistic projects.



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