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Thursday, November 30, 2006
Singing up a Storm
This is Dada music... you know: da, da, da
On Radio 4 today (Ha Ha: Art) there was a programme that was looking at humour in art and about art. Most of the laughs in this programme are at the expense of artists. They seemed to think it was hard to have humour in "serious" art.
And its true a joke is normally a throw away - not something to be gazed at over and over again - so is there scope for humour in art?
What do you think?