“well, in any case you’ll agree that this ape skull is an artwork. not made by a human being, true, but still an art work, don’t you agree? yes, here we have reached a certain point. this is an artwork made by a human being and this is an artwork that’s not made by a human being. so who made this work of art?” – joseph beuys

21/08/2012 § Leave a comment

mansilla y tunon, competition entry for cantabria musuem (2008)

 

i still can’t believe mansilla y tunon regularly use joseph bueys as there scale figure.

 

objects from nature

a young hare

 

 

notes:

[title]     Beuys, Joseph, Volker Harlan, Matthew Barton, and Shelley Sacks. What Is Art?: Conversation with Joseph Beuys. London: Clairview, 2004. 70. Print.

[image]     comes from somewhere out there in the internet.

[more landform building]     this 2008 design by mansilla y tunon reminds me a lot of a museum proposal by stan allen in 2010.

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