1. Can a viewer look past the object and see the art of it?
2. Can a readymade artwork trigger cultural metaphors and personal associations and different reactions to a wide range of viewers?
3. Does a readymade add or gain value when more than one is used?
4. Does the readymade reflect more of our consumer culture than the artistic process?
5. What does the junk aesthetic say about the large amount of waste our culture produces?
Greg Colson, Six Intersections (Schools), 2004, Oil, enamel, acrylic, and pencil on wood and metal with objects, 32 x32 21 in.
Anthony Haywood, Broken Family, Household Waste