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Blurbing on a comment site doesn't stack up to the moxie it takes to make a sculpture that still has people grousing decades later.

How do you determine the value of the Google Ads sold on the Neatorama site? How do advertisers determine if their ad design is worth paying the designer for? Is that the same scale you use for assessing whether an experience is compelling, or whether an art object generates worthwhile social experiences?

How many "outraged" readers who cry "fraud" ever express an opinion or create something that is not already safely accepted as mainstream or "valid" in their circles? Of those that get that far, how many of them step-up and put themselves out there and take a risk - in a public way - that invites public scrutiny and judgment?
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This was done in 1991 by Italian artist Maurizio Cattelan -- go to
and scroll down to see ‘stadium’ © maurizio cattelan, 1991 - a seven-metre table football machine for 11-a-side play
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Check out this link, re: similar issues in Peterborough, Ont., Canada, where residents have resorted to violence to put a stop to fish poachers.
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Christian Marclay, an artworld guy worth knowing about, was doing this large in the 90s.
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