Calculating The Hyperreal Financial Concept of “Worth”

RND/ Given that apparently everything in the known, violently circumscribed monoverse of Capitalism has a price tag (ie. rational, materialist quantification), internet theorist Robert What now also calculates the hyperreal financial concept of “Worth”: This conceptually artistic scenario is symbolically portrayed and signified via the following (digital) painterly ode to Jean-Paul Riopelle – which, along … Read more

“The Art World is the most phony, elitist clique of circle jerking pretentious twats there is”

RND/ to consider ‘The Art World’™ – via a tweet, Martin Creed’s “Work No. 227: The lights going on and off” [1] along with a paraphrased transcript of Brian Eno’s ironic 1995 Turner Prize [2] speech: Ideal / Idealized Price For Such A Concept: £200K – contact Robert What today for details Good evening. You’ll … Read more

“This Is Your Head”: The Difficulty Of Selling Conceptual Art Online

RND/ A scenario, in which the trouble with (/the idea of) “selling conceptual art [1] online” seems precisely the conceptual / neural gap between the (/modern) notions of “Ideas” and “Worth”: a failed Kickstarter [2] image with clay head. This Is Your Head: Selling Conceptual Art Online Two cognitive threads seem to be running computationally … Read more