If I could eat paint I would. I reckon there's a place in the market for completely edible paintings. But that leaves the terrain wide open to questions of whether people would prefer to eat artworks that they love or hate. Given that the act of ingesting art could also be seen as an act of destroying it.
Of course, like all artists, I'm all for the eternal preservation of art. All art. I truly believe it should be seen forever. The whole world should be one enormous gallery. Even the stuff that's deemed bad by nice people, as well as the works that seem amazing but are created by dodgy characters.
I'm still possessed by the possibilities of Artificial Intelligence. I imagine that, to the ultra-woke set, future artworks by programmed entities will have to be proven to be created by politically correct computer geniuses, in order to be considered good artworks.
What if a perpetrator of crime and oppression was to set himself up as a mastermind behind art generation that ultimately became hugely commercially successful? Would those artworks still be considered the horrible machinations of a sick mind?
It's all too complicated for an early 21st Century denizen to contemplate. So I think I'll just keep on fantasizing about artworks that could make for a good breakfast.
I wonder what side dish one could serve with the Mona Lisa?