Orange is out of the exhibition but is still in the gallery so is safe and assured that it is still art.
Outside the gallery the context is still reassuring to Orange and Orange is happy that it is still art.
Displayed in a park Orange is in a transitional phase and is considering become public art.
Orange comes over all Banksy and temporarily becomes Street Art
The mundanity of bureaucracy interferes with Art. Orange being of course an immigrant is forced to apply for Leave to Remain.
Orange is taken to a gallery to recover, where Orange feels superior as it is in the presence of mere figurative art.
Thus rejuvenated Orange fools itself into thinking it is doing good by consenting to appear as Public Art on the Tube.
The reality of commercialism bights hope and Orange is taken to a middle class home to supplement its owners cultural capital.
Disaster! Orange is placed in a bowl with mere oranges, which are not art because they have been nowhere near a gallery. Orange thus becomes an orange.
An orange is eaten. Is it the same orange. Does it matter if it is not?
William John Mackenzie
I am an artist with a specialism in landscapes and still life. My contact details are here.