Were crop circles actually great art?
The time may have come for their reappraisal. When crop circles first appeared in the summer of 1989, the quality of the art was the last thing on anyone's mind, as media condemnation of the perpetrators and speculation about possible alien visitation followed. Three decades on, and it's time to change the narrative. Benjamin Myers explains how crop circles are art for the people, entirely at odds with the capitalist messages relayed from society: profit before all else.
From The Guardian