Professor Paul Gough, Pro Vice-Chancellor Design and Social Context and Vice-President at RMIT explains what makes art good or bad.
" So the question is -- what makes a piece of art good or bad? It's kind of an interesting question. Most people usually ask the question 'that's not art, is it?'. And I think once you ask that question, you tend to close things down, you say, not art or is art. But actually start to think differently, start to think -- 'What do I think is good art? What do I think is bad art?' Because the minute you do that, you start to think of yourself, 'What are my value judgements?' "