Originally posted by Aquarius@Dec 8 2002, 10:16 PM
It is lying there alone, cold, lonely, practically begging to be decorated or taken in with maybe a warm cup of polish. Have you no heart? Have you no chest of drawers sensitivity? Shame on you! Just for one minute, put yourself in its situation - slung out of a window, possibly injured, bleeding, for God's sake put it out of its misery!
Aquarius!! You've hit the nail on the head!! Pity the Turner prize has already been awarded this year However, next year, with all the green mould etc that might have grown on it, it could be a winner!
You could entitle it 'Chest a moment in time'
"Almost anything you do will seem insignificant, but it is very important that you do it. You must be the change that you wish to see in the world." Gandhi
We have all been getting this completely wrong. The obvious has just hit me - it is modern art. Give it a week and you may find an unmade bed next to the chest of drawers or some drawers of a different kind. Tracy Emin should be informed pronto.
Goodness me, I'd never seen it in this light, but how right you are!!
And it's certainly better than looking at some collection of rusting, and twisted metal (??!!)...............
This sort of thing would go for £ MILLIONS in the Tate Gallery!!!
well the news is nothings change its still there and i know for a fact in another week or so`s time the christmas paper will be joining it that was the case last year anyway!!it sat there till the summer time anyway i know it wont be lonely the 2 buckets cement mixer,2 barrels,toys pieces of wood,cardboard should all help
nevermind it could be worse they could sell up and leave the place looking soooooo bare
"Take off and nuke the site from orbit- it's the only way to be sure!"