Do you think that art, like everything, has deviated from its original purpose through greed and dishonesty, is going to be renewed when a reaction arrives? In terms of music, MP3 could potentially kill off the globalised merger cash-led non-music and its high-profile 'artists' who sell abnormal amounts of safe third rate, tenth generation patronising crap to harmless, thoughtless media produced idiots. Even if it doesn't slaughter the middleman, it could redress the balance of American band worship in the UK [and, I'm sure, many other countries] therefore create new localised scenes and original sounds. Artists want more. Greed affected the vision of purity and then their art. There are plenty of original artists without recognition. Emin and other such blaggers deserve their Pounds and Dollars, they're swindling [the] idiots. Nobody really seems to complain that Big Brother is a pile of rotting shit show, those with half a mind ignore and seek their own entertainment. Art is now too far into the commodity zone. We do not need the label 'artist', as we are ALL capable of varying degrees of creativity and expression, as with the term 'musician'. Perhaps Emin's work reminds of that fact.Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image!