andy warhol is responsible.
not only does he takes crappy pictures of a crappy soup can, he then has the temerity to say everyone will be famous for 15 minutes.
lo and behold the internet arrived giving everyone the ability to be just that. the internet didnt remain at being just able to connect things and people in ether, but also ended up having a multiplier effect on all of society.
this has created a niche for the ordinary.
here goes my list of things ordinary
chetan bhagat's one night at the call centre - inane drivel
amy winehouse - lousy hair, lousy tattoos, lousy posture, lousy behaviour, a voice that mumbles. and she wins a grammy or two for that. go figure
tate britain, work no 850 featuring sprinters running in the gallery - crap packaged as art. surest way to sell. www.tate.org.uk/britain/exhibitions/duveenscommission/default.shtm
spiderman 3 - bollywood song and dance and love triangle. in english. with sfx
lindsay lohan and paris hilton - having a blonde day everyday
mona lisa - famous for being famous. otherwise an itty bitty painting.
big brother and all its spin offs in all countries - at one point television and movies provided escapism from reality. now reality provides escapism from reality. boring shit.