Artists do the darndest things to protest outdated practices, and the UK’s film censorship laws seem to be in need of a major overhaul. Artist Charlie Lyne recently crowdfunded a movie that literally shows paint drying in an effort to shine a light on the antiquated process of censoring films’ content. The movie runs for 10 hours and 7 minutes and the appointed review board just has to sit there and watch it. Lyne’s answering questions about his work on reddit.
(via Boing Boing)