A very similar twisting display happens several times a week at the Seattle pier where the Norwegian cruise ship is docked. When they remove the long floaty barrier surrounding the cruise ship, this is how they curl it up, by spinning around until the whole thing is collected.
you seriously think this was commissioned?! do a search for tugboat donuts on youtube.
this is garbage.
I've known a few tugboat captains, and most of them would do a few donuts for a beer, or most likely just the suggestion.
wow, this is staggeringly boring. I don't know if I am in admiring awe or disgusted dismay that you can pull such elegant prose out of NOTHING.
To me, this is a reminder of how simple and easy being an art critic can be.
And if the critic were to leave, I would not miss it. Nor would I want it to come back.
Hilarious how a bunch of jackasses who haven't actually seen the piece (correct me if I'm wrong) think they're in a position to judge whether it's boring or not.
You know, I haven't seen "Apocalypse Now," but I heard it's just about some guys on a boat in a jungle -- booooooring.
Every time I read someone slagging a piece of art for not being difficult to make, I hear the sounds of an Yngwie Malmsteen guitar solo.
I saw this piece at Or Gallery as well. I was mesmerized. I wanted the tug to stop and not to stop. When it did, the slowly churning circle of water gradually became flat calm. A really memorable experience.
@6 - Hilarious how you interpret slagging Jen off as the navel-gazing, pretentious bore that she is as some sort of dig on the work of art in question.
Although, in this case, it IS a piece of shit.
And @7 - WEEDLYWEEDLYWEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!
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