Banana Artwork Worth RM670k Eaten by Hungry Student at S. Korea Museum

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The art student’s act of eating the banana taped to the wall was not just a hunger-driven impulse, but rather a deliberate artistic statement.


He explained to the local broadcaster that his action was a commentary on the value of art and how it is determined by the viewer’s perception. By consuming the banana, he was challenging the notion that a simple object taped to a wall could be considered valuable art simply because it was displayed in a museum. Watch Video Here.

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His act was reminiscent of the controversial work of Italian artist Maurizio Cattelan, whose piece “Comedian” featured a banana duct taped to a wall at Art Basel Miami Beach in 2019.

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