marc.garrett at furtherfield.org
Tue Oct 14 18:19:21 CEST 2008
surely Pall, this is all pure speculation!
If Banksy was to merge his graffiti wall collection with Damien Hirst's
own rotting, animal and fish collections, then wouldn't that hold the
art market up long enough to then create a new hybrid that looked like this?
>>> Banksy or Bank-rupt-sy?
>> The difference in property value and aesthetic value is the ratio that
>> creates the worth of a Banksy.
>> So as the value of the wall it is attached to falls, the value of the
>> Banksy will actually rise.
>> I'm not sure what will happen if the value of the wall goes negative,
>> possibly the universe will implode.
> It's also interesting to note that this works differently the other way
> around. If the value of the Banksy falls, then so does the value of the
> wall. Ah but wait, I think we have a paradox. Since the wall's value is
> falling due to the falling value of the Banksy, then the Banksy will
> rise in value due to the falling value of the wall but since the Banksy
> is no longer falling the value of the wall will stop falling allowing
> the Banksy to continue falling bringing the wall's value down with it
> however since the value of the wall is again falling the Banksy must rise...
>> - Rob.
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