This is a question that’s getting more and more traction in this day and age of cancel culture. If it stands up, it is a good wall, and the question of what purpose it serves is separable from that. And yet even the best wall in the world deserves to be pulled down if it surrounds a concentration camp. I think thats the distinction if you’re enjoying their public works thats ok but when you start buying all their merch and reading all their biographies and the like then thats when you became part of the problem. Fast forward to this interview, and he dismisses the very art that got him to where he is now.