During the opening of Columbia University MFA First Year Show, two college students were invited to debate if contemporary art will still exist in the year of 2020.
"There will not be contemporary art in 2020."
The competition was judged by Chase Raub, with Affirmative Albert Han and Negative Sunpreet Singh. Singh won the competition.
Since there will not be contemporary art, aka my love, in 2020, during post production, I added a poor adoption of Wagner's Liebestod as the video's theme music.
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A debate competition was held in the classroom next to the Wallach Art Gallery during the opening of the Columbia MFA Visual Art 1st Year Show.
Albert Han, a sophomore from Hunter College and Sunpreet Singh, a sophomore from Columbia College debated about whether there will be contemporary art in the near future of 2020. The debate was judged by Chase Raub, a freshman in Columbia College studying women's and gender studies.
Sunpreet Singh, whose proposition was there will not be contemporary art in 2020, won the competition.