yeah the prof brought it up the other day and i was p blitzed at the time and i havent been able to stop thinking about it.Marl said:well I can see how someone can take that into the "subjective" areas in art. On the objective end its to evoke emotion which is the very basis of art, so I'd give the student a nod of approval and then a quick wtf in the back of my head. People make art about irrelevant, fantasy, diabolical shit all the time.
The argument based on the moving image is pretty clever too. I like that. It is a notable part in history, and it's like I can even remember the color scheme of it. It's insane to think about.
Over all, it's really neo avant garde to say that?
i forgot who said it, some contemporary composer or sum but ig he caught a lot of flack for it, and i mean at face it does seem like a p tactless thing but i thinks its very on point.