Wednesday, 13 June 2007

Is this modern art?

In my vision for Plumsteadshire - nice cafe with evening jazz, restaurant serving basic but quality English dishes, cinema club and localised freecycle centre, is an art gallery. It would be called Tate Common. Well, it would until Nicholas Serota sends a law-suit in the post.

So. Art.

Was David Mach [artist who built a submarine from car tyres], in Plumsteadshire last night?
Look what I saw. Did you? Is this fly tipping of the highest order?

Curiouser and curiouser.........


7 comments:

t said...

Really strange that they look like they're all facing the same way. Lets hope they get moved before some cretin or pisshead decides to roll them into the ravine.

Bentos said...

Like a rubber version of Carnac

Erik Fuller said...

Will it be the same cretin/pisshead who put them there overnight?

Anonymous said...

The tyres were piled up by the side of the road at the weekend and not removed by the council (there's a surprise). I am astounded that someone has thought to lift and arrange them on the common when I had visions of some scrote making a nasty toxic bonfire...
Silverbirch

Anonymous said...

Were they really there? I live right opposite the common and never saw a thing!! My house is on the photo!

Anonymous said...

Yawwwwwwwwwn...

Anonymous said...

Yes, the tyres were there. This isn't a Photoshop job. I saw it too. Sort of brightened up the walk to the train station.