But is it Art?

The lighting in Victors NYC apartment flickered and dimmed, before regaining full power, not that Victor noticed, he was busy working on his final exhibition.

Doctor Gunther von Hagens original work had been a true inspiration! But so limited in its scope. Now with this new material Victor could create exhibits previously unimagined, exhibits that constantly shifted, exposing previously unseen areas and creating new art vistas!

Victor made one final incision and took a step back from his final masterpiece. He reached into his jacket, took out a fountain pen, and wrote in flowing script on a nearby blank sign: “The Poker Playing Quartet”.


3 Responses to But is it Art?

  1. Matt says:

    Reminds me of that mad plastic surgeon in Bioshock. The creepiness has been well capture with that first line in the last paragraph. Ah. Masterpiece. Beautiful. Not that anyone is ever likely to see it from the sound of the power grid in NYC. Still, maybe it is art. I mean, someone did create it for visual entertainment. At least one person considers it art, and maybe that’s all it takes? If dogs playing poker can be art, why not zombies? Of course, that doesn’t mean I have to like it, because come on, I hate zombies, but still.

    Does he hold them down with duct tape?

  2. only1rob says:

    Originally I had more descriptive text on the ‘art’ exhibit (He was holding them down with heavy metal chains, but the word limit forced me to cut it back a bit.

    As for the Bioshock guy, sounding like him was unconscious but now that you point it out, it does sound a little like him.

    Also, the story might be given a little more ‘life’ if you drop the Doctors name into Google.

    Im glad your enjoying these btw 🙂

  3. Matt says:

    Ah! Good work, I didn’t even notice the reference to the doctor. Yeah, I went to one of those Body World things, just to see what I would be up against if the undead were fleshless, and I just about shot the place up. Creepy guy, that doctor. Sheesh. Makes the story even better, thanks for pointing it out.

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