Understanding "What Is Art?" resource links and additional information
"Beautiful Inside My Head Forever"
Attended "Beautiful Inside My Head Forever" Auction Preview in 2008
"Treasures from the Wreck of the Unbelievable"
Attended Timberline Knolls Residential Treatment Center in 2013
Did not know "Treasures from the Wreck of The Unbelievable" was a fake documentary
BA Art History, Ithaca College '10
MA Illustration, SCAD Savannah '14
Additional Sources for consideration:
The Cosmos Television Series:
A Personal Voyage
A SpaceTime Odyssey
"The Demon Haunted World: Science as a Candle in the Dark"
"The Places that Scare You"
"When Things Fall Apart"
"art isn't cheap" is both a figurative and literal statement
Answering the question "What is Art?" with the statement "art isn't cheap" is a concept called apophasis. Apophasis, in this context, most closely defines “the practice of describing something by stating which characteristics it does not have especially because human thought or language is believed to be insufficient to describe it fully or accurately” (Merrium-Webster Dictionary)
disclaimer: the artist does not claim to have the "answer" to what art is.