Museum of Strange and Higher Forms of Life

The Caulder.com Museum of Strange and Higher Forms of Life is almost the equivalent of a computer clipboard. Not quite what happens to be there, but perhaps what’s left over.

“It is the mission of this museum to provide patrons with unfettered access to the insanity and chaos that surrounds us. This is simply a repository for cultural detritus. Perhaps the most important criteria by which the collection is selected is an item’s relationship between intent, execution, and meaning. At some point, the axes where these three factors intersected was clearly defined and appropriate, at least subjectively. When observed objectively, or at least away from the original subjectivity, the artifact’s true absurdity becomes the fourth, and primary, point of intersection.”

Don’t miss the Museum of Sarcastic Art.

1 Responses to Museum of Strange and Higher Forms of Life

  1. Kate S. says:

    Heh heh. That was pretty funny stuff. Stupid teenagers.