Yes, Christo should be able to do that. I saw what he did with the Pont neuf in Paris many years ago. I know that Christo “ackagings” are created only for a few weeks. Well, his work looked strange at te first glance, and a lot of people wanted to see it of course. But when I was there it quickly became uninteresting, in my Philistine's opinion.… Perhaps it's symbolical of our modern society: art is a line of business of general marketing or advertising. This could be one of the great differences between Christo and…… masterpieces that can be seen,very near to the Pont neuf, in the Louvre Museum…
2006 I visited Paris and I enjoyed all the collections and museums very much... it was a wonderful visit.... but I like modern arts as well. I'm not a fan of christo you are right he's the kind of artist, who seems to know how to find a commercial outcome much better than most of the other artists... and that seems to be a little bit fishy... but of course I'm not the one to to adjudicate upon that.
“Fishy” ? Not exactly. I believe that Christo was true with himself and I was just comparing two “worlds”: her and this beautifull world you're talking about above… But, i believe too that loonking at Art – loving it – is always, even if one want or don't, a question of comparison and of appreciation and so inevitably a matter of “adjudication”.
... die sind echt wahnsinnig mit ihren versuchen... in amerika haben bauern mittlerweile schon festgestellt, dass das genveränderte futter die tiere unfruchtbar macht!...und was passiert dann mit uns in einigen jahren, wenn wir das fleisch essen, oder die milch trinken, oder genverändertes gemüse essen...wer weiß das schon!? ... der mensch ist so naiv!