New Study Names Nintendo 64's Glover As Most Influential Piece Of Art Of Millennial Generation

LIFESTYLE | November 19th, 2019 6:02 PM

Of all the descriptors thrust upon the millennial generation, perhaps none is earned more than “purveyors of fine art.” The latest study by the Institute for the Determination of the Finest Examples of Art within a Given Generation as Delineated in the Manner Seen Fit at the Time of Said Determination, or IDFEAGGDMSFTSD, upholds this characterization. Historical generations have exalted such works as the Chauvet cave paintings, Michaelangelo’s David, and the deft splattering of Jackson Pollock; and now the millennial generation has added the 1998 Nintendo 64 classic Glover to the revered list.

Beverly Smallwood, president of the IDFEAGGDMSFTSD, says she is surprised at the exquisite taste exhibited by the millennial generation, remarking that Glover is “by far the finest interactive artistic composition featuring an anthropomorphic white glove running around on a red and yellow sphere.”

The IDFEAGGDMSFTSD’s results are determined through an extensive polling of members of the generation in question. The polling can begin once each member of the generation is “old enough to be trusted to steer a hefty chunk of metal at high speeds near the soft flesh of the general populous.” At this point, an individual is deemed to have a sufficient level of consciousness to be able to reliably discern fine art.

This particular study began in 2012 and took seven years to complete once the polling began. The polling for the Gen Z study is scheduled to begin in 2028, although I can’t think of how Gen Z will possibly be able to follow such a refined outcome.

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