Morph Zed: A Z-Manifesto; Or A New Aesthetic Contract For Emerging & Known Artists

Artist Morph Zed’s Manifesto.

 

*Featured Image: Ad Reinhard, Abstract Painting, 1960-1961

Literally Nothing Publishing

Art has become degraded by the wealthy through hyper-inflation.

Institutions of art have been degraded by Big Pharma, Big Oil and other vile corporate sponsors.

A major way for artists to fight back is to make legally binding contracts attached to each of their works. A New Aesthetic Contract is needed.

Artists themselves must reject the ideology of becoming / aspiring to be hyper-wealthy.

Artists themselves who have become hyper-wealthy must dramatically alter there ways.

Here are The Clauses: 

Clause I

No piece of art by Z-artists shall be sold for more than 25% of the yearly US median income for 2018, which is $62,175, therefore no piece of art shall be sold for more than $15,543.75.

Clause II

No piece of art by Z-artists shall be resold at a value higher than the US-core inflation rate of 1.9% per year. Meaning that all buyers agree to not…

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