Conceptual-conceptual art. 2000
Conceptual art frees the artist from the tangible constraints of commodity. In fact it frees the artist from even having to create art at all. It’s all in the concept, you see? As long as someone believes you did it, the art exists.
And as far as you know, it does.
Force-feeding Trix Cereal to Rabbits. 2000
What sort of a monster would do that?!?
Adam Briska, Colin Holden
Passing children are horrified as the graceful origami cranes burn. Destruction is art.
Art Designed to Look Like Trash and Displayed as Litter. 2001
All boundaries between art and the mundane have been deconstructed . . . yadda, yadda, yadda.
Throwing Blood on Pedestrians Wearing Nylon. 2000
Social commentator and nylon-rights activist Guicci Weiderhosen makes another monster cry.
Special Project. 2000
Visitors to the exhibit were given toys, tools, and encouragement to have the two interact.
Ulysses al Dente. 2000
Artist Ben Warner copies James Joyce’s Ulysses, shaping the letters with strands of wet noodles.
Conceptual artist and exhibitionist Adam Briska displays his love of recursion
Karate Chopping One Million Saltine Crackers. 2000-Ongoing
The crumbs from one million saltine crackers would completely fill twenty semi-truck trailers!