Feast Your Eyes: In Life as in Art, a Flooded McDonald's Feast Your Eyes: In Life as in Art, a Flooded McDonald's
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Feast Your Eyes: In Life as in Art, a Flooded McDonald's

by Nicola Twilley

January 22, 2011

Although my otherwise useless training as an art historian equips me to write at least twenty double-spaced pages on the unexpected convergences and illuminating details shared by the two, I will spare you. But I am interested in the appeal of both videos as evidence of a collective and deep-seated urban flood fantasy—the legacy of our fishy forebears, perhaps, or the release valve for a shared, repressed anxiety about the post-natural hubris of asphalt and concrete in which we live?

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Feast Your Eyes: In Life as in Art, a Flooded McDonald's