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a device that is capable of measuring the quality of an art piece, based on the amount of time that people spend in front of an artwork compared to the total time of exhibition. the measurements are graphically represented by comments & a 5-star rating system.

see also wearable stress eraser.

[link: media.mit.edu|via we-make-money-not-art.com|thnkx Richard]


Please explain to me how the time a person spends in front of an artwork is relevant to the quality of that artwork.

Tue 31 Oct 2006 at 7:31 PM

I would say because the time spent signifies that it is interesting enough to stand there and look at it for it is stimulating. The downside of this logic is that people could simple be zoning out while standing in front of the piece..one could argue that the zoning out and thinking is evoked by the artistic piece. is that of value to the quality of the art? what defines quality

Sat 23 Jun 2007 at 10:14 AM
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