The world of art, with its myriad forms, styles, and interpretations, is a fertile ground for discussing the concepts of effort and value. One of the enduring debates revolves around the perceived effort behind a piece and its intrinsic value. Intertwined with this is the logical fallacy of sunk costs, a concept borrowed from economics. This article dives into the dynamics of "low effort" in art and the potential pitfalls of the sunk cost fallacy.
Love your observations, Eric!
Maybe this is an interesting read today too: