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Boggs A Comedy of Values Free download õ 109 é ❰Reading❯ ➻ Boggs A Comedy of Values Author Lawrence Weschler – Helpyouantib.co.uk In this highly entertaining book Lawrence Weschler chronicles the antics of J S G Boggs an artist whose consuming passion is money or perhaps precisely value Boggs draws money paperIn this highly Comedy of PDFEPUB #235 entertaining book Lawrence Weschler chronicles the antics of J S G Boggs an artist whose consuming passion is money or per. An easy and fascinating read What is art What is a reproduction A illuminating look at the intersection of art and commerce Watch the POV film on the same subject It’s a bit dated but covers the same terrain

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Ice that regularly lands him in trouble with treasury police around the globe and provokes fundamental uestions regarding the value of art and the value of mone. Great to read some Weschler again he always expands my mindHere we have the story of Boggs an artist who draws pictures of currency and then values them identically to the bill he has drawn So if he draws a 100 bill he sells it for 100 and records the transactionInteresting meditations on the history and role of money with Weschler's expansiveness and light touch and an engaging larger than life central character in BoggsSome of the Is money even real uestions seemed like they could lead to some of the hard money crankery we see in some politics but the uestions are interesting and this thin book is entertaining

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Boggs A Comedy of ValuesHaps precisely value Boggs draws money paper notes in standard currencies from all over the world and tries to Boggs A Kindle spend his drawings It is a pract. JSG Boggs is an artist whose work has often revolved around money His best known works are hand drawn replicas of bills which he will try to exchange for goods valued below the face value of the bill and get change for his pains the change from the bill the receipt and the goods then become the work that he will sell to a dealer or collector Because his work sorta kinda involves forgery andor counterfeiting is work has occasionally gotten him governmental attention both in the US and the UKThis slim book is expanded from a magazine profile of Boggs There's some interesting stuff here about process as art and some overwrought stuff about the nature of money and some dialog that drove me crazy I'm guessing one of two things is true either Weschler designates as uotes things that are actually paraphrased through his own stilted style or everyone who spoke to him really does speak in the same awkward way So there's that Doesn't that sound like a made up name for a mad steampunk genius