Things people are saying // The Criticism Series

What it might mean is anybody’s guess, but it’s hilarious.

Star Tribune

It’s supposed to be intellectually provocative, aesthetically challenging and maybe offer a conceptual breakthrough or two.

Star Tribune

No doubt there’s a social commentary lurking somewhere.

Star Tribune

This exhibit, which has raised a lot of eyebrows, but also put a smile on some faces, is an example of conceptual art. Which is supposed to provoke some kind of thought.

Sheboygan Press

This is proof of the fact that mysterious gestures towards meaning don’t always mean anything.

MN Artists

Actually it’s meaningless. Doubtless it is not sporting of me to point that out.

MN Artists

This work rehashes in a uselessly broad manner already-considered cultural dichotomies and does little else.

MN Artists

It feels intellectually empty, hollow; and while such an approach may be a temporary crowd-pleaser- the themes are extremely easy to identify, after all- it’s lack of ingenuity means quickly becomes dismissible, boring.

MN Artists

Translating this experience to the museum has the familiar odor of a single-idea readymade.

MN Artists

This is a showcase of the excruciatingly mundane.

VITA.MN

It is engaging and mildly thought-provoking.

MN Artists

This exhibit incites its viewer to resist reflection.

MN Artists

What’s amusing about the concept is in the title.

PULSE

Work like this relies on people’s haste, their reluctance to figure it out, their willingness to attribute some kind of meaning to a thing if a claim appears to be consistently laid to it.

MN Artists

This becomes a documentary of unselfconscious, candid boredom.

METRO MAGAZINE

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