An Australian Artist Is Seeking $6,200 For A Discarded McDonald’s Pickle Slice That He Stuck To An Art Gallery Ceiling

“Whether something is valuable and meaningful as artwork is the way we collectively– as a society– choose to use it or talk about it.”

Anyone who actually ends up purchasing “Pickle” will be provided with explicit instructions from Griffin on how to recreate the work at home.

And apparently, food stuck to walls will only continue expanding as an art genre.

What do you think about the push toward performance art and unconventional “sculpture?” Do the works speak to more prominent themes in society today?

To learn more about “Pickle,” you can visit the Fine Arts, Sydney website linked here.

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