“The Value Of Labour” goes to print!

As I was setting up my first official merchandise store I figured that I could might as well extend my post-modern art project to clothes as well. Any media goes, even an activity.

So here you have my latest art-installation, or my latest addition to this year’s art-project!

Whenever people purchase these products they will literally become walking members of my art-project! Now that’s a cool idea right there!

Go here to purchase your ticket to this mobile, global art-installation!

Your “ticket” is one of the items below – you enter the exhibition by becoming the exhibition – through wearing one of these items!

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Previously introduced to “The Value Of Labour” series:

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“Anything Goes As Long As It Is Outrageous”

My youngest brother all of a sudden appeared yesterday with a blank cardboard and tried to convince us that this was some sort of art piece.

We of course played along with his trolling and praised the work since we feel very strongly that it would do well over at Tate Modern or any other contemporary art gallery.

Since the surface was left blank it inspired me to quote one of my own lyrics, so I have now ironically turned this artwork into my own, displaying how an art piece can become a multi-art-concept by belonging to several individuals simultaneously, who’s interpretation of possibility might clash, reflecting the vulnerability of existence and natural tension contained within individualistic interpretation and expression.

The blank, empty surface was declared a work of art by my brother, my black and white photo of it can also be perceived as art, so me writing on it digitally now shows how one idea can turn to three.

Now it certainly belongs among the classics.