Wherein the author speculates about the future of conceptual art in the name of the Christie’s, the Charles Saatchi, the Holy Sotheby’s, Steve Wynn.
Luna Kuvula, syringe and needle delivery person to the homeless, installs GPS tracking devices on each of her recipients that grants her consent. She tracks their movements per day for a week and hires recent grads from the Ontario College of Art and Design (OCAD) to paint the patterns onto each their canvas. She hires a second group of OCAD grads to paint the patterns on the ground as their owner’s trod them, the colour depending on the pattern’s owner’s preference. She hires a third group of OCAD grads to film first-person trips along the second group’s work. She hires a fourth group of OCAD grads to take flight in a helicopter and take aerial photographs of the second group’s work. She hires a fifth group of OCAD grads to record soundscapes of the patterns by traveling the same way the third group did except with microphones. She hires a sixth group of OCAD grads to go for full physicals before being homeless with the homeless people for the week and doing exactly as they do. They visit doctors the day after for a second physical to complete the befores and afters, and call it art … She hires an Nth group of OCAD grads to curate, mount and market it all into an art show.