Laura Gascoigne: It’s Not The Winning, It’s The Making Art – July 2017

Last month a new sort of museum opened in Sweden. The brainchild of psychologist Dr Samuel West, the Museum of Failure in Helsinborg is an unnatural history museum of commercial fossils, a

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repository of innovative products that flopped. “The majority of all innovation projects fail,” its website announces cheerfully, before expressing the hope that showcasing “interesting innovation failures” will “provide visitors with a fascinating learning experience” – assuming people learn from other people’s mistakes. Its collection of 60 failed products from around the world include the

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(more of a misconception than an invention); Harley-Davidson Perfume (a dumb /* xin2 */ idea when, as every biker’s moll knows, gentleman riders prefer a dab of Castrol Power 1 behind the ears); and a medical instrument called the Orbitoblast Lobotomy (which

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What provides a “fascinating learning experience” for would-be Dragon’s Den contestants offers a salutary and rather comforting example for artists. Because if the majority of all innovation projects fail, the vast majority

of artistic projects are doomed to extinction before they’ve even left the drawing board. If success
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Unsurprisingly, the man who would abolish America’s National Endowment for the Arts understands the problem. According to the wisdom of Donald

Trump, “A lot of people don’t like to win. They actually don’t know how to win, and they don’t like to win because deep inside they don’t want to win”. One might not expect this level of //--> perspicacity from Trump, but you don’t get to be the artist of the deal without a modicum of psychological acuity. In the case of the other sort src="//pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js"> of artist – the artist of the non-deal, if you like – a ‘lot of people’ means almost everyone.

What is wrong with artists? Or, looked at another way, what is right with them? Unlike the general population of downtrodden drudges who cling mindlessly to a belief in the survival of the fittest, artists are highly adaptable creatures. Their work may

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and failure within their decision-making process.” For those whose
decision-making back-up systems also failed, in 2010 the South London Gallery proposed a

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in Michael Landy’s Art Bin and becoming part of “a monument to creative failure” to be buried,

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with due ceremony, in a landfill site.

This was too negative for Manchester’s Cornerhouse, which //--> came up with a more positive offer. Their 2010 exhibition Unrealised Potential, curated by the google_ad_width = 970; interestingly-named

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greatly to the gaiety of nations while proving that Britain always remains open google_ad_width = 970; to stiffs. Slightly more workable was Harry Hill’s proposal, in a
follow-up exhibition at Cornerhouse in 2011, ‘To recreate George Cruikshank’s The Worship of Bacchus using known alcoholics’, though it would have called for greater organisational skills than your average piss-up in a
brewery.

Unrealised Potential was a nice enough thought, except for the fact that, as Trump could have explained to Señor Chavez-Dawson, realising potential runs counter

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the whole spirit of failure. To the committed loser, ‘Here’s one I failed to make earlier until someone else came along and did it for me’ sounds like a total cop-out. It violates the core principle of resistance to society’s prevailing winner-takes-all philosophy that portrays the whole of

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life as a sweaty-palmed race to the top in which the victor pips the vanquished to the post by a fraction of a second and thereby feels entitled to the spoils – a philosophy mistakenly modelled on the Olympics.

No surprise, then, that London 2012 brought an artistic backlash from believers in the benefits of failure. While Frieze Projects East commissioned Sarnath Banerjee to plaster East London with billboard-sized cartoons of sporting disaster, the Café Gallery in Southwark Park – a charitable underdogs’ home for artists no one

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has heard of – put on Backwards Man, a group exhibition of artists who “harness the dichotomies of success and failure, knowing and unknowing… using failure as a complementary google_ad_slot = "8637400688"; force to disrupt [their] work and give moments of uncertainty which skew the perspectives and stretch the imagination”, and are typically followed by bursts of profanity and exits to the pub. In

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remember Father Jack and the Toilet Duck bottle? – while in the work of Kate Grobey we were told that “mismatched

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body parts and distorted poses shift about, persisting in spite of themselves.”

Persisting in spite of themselves is what failures do, unlike successes who persist src="//pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js"> in spite of everyone else. It’s part of

the charm of the confirmed loser, and a large part of artistic genius consists in knowing how to capitalise on it. If it hadn’t been for Giacometti’s endless admissions of failure the public would never have google_ad_slot = "6023194682"; taken him to their hearts. It’s not true that everybody loves a winner. It may seem like that while the champagne flows, but the truth (sorry Trump)