Posted on 2 August 2010


Generational reductionists often carry on about the shortened attention spans of Gen Y types.

On Friday night I was at this thing at this place and noticed a whole bunch of those types taking the time to absorb some quite complex artworks.

They were the kind of works that require you to chill out for a bit and figure out what the artists are trying to say to you.

The kind of thing that a lot of people across all age groups, including Boomers, often look at for a heartbeat and then dismiss out of hand.

More evidence that generationalism is a crock.