Ok, today I decided to create art pieces, because near where I live there is a contemporary art museum that is sometimes organizing contests. And I literally do not know where to start as I am uneducated about art in general, so I will embarass myself but I still want to try something. This is my art-idea.
I use a blank t-shirt, then attach a label to it. The label will be handmade or cut from wood or made of plexi and cut with a Cartesian arm.
To the first label I attach another label with the price of the previous one written on it, because to produce a single label I need time and effort, creativity and a little bit of price design.
I evaluate the cost of my work and in every label I write down the total price of the previous label, forming a chain of labels.
At the end of the chain, I add a link which is the latest label with the total price of the product, whose value will be the sum of all the previous added prices.
This art I called “validation art” and to be considered “art” it will require a buyer to validate it. If no-one buy my product then I failed, if someone will buy it then he will validate my art making me a true artist.
I will also explain this conceptual art product with a giant bullshit philosophical text, which is required in today’s conceptual art ideas.
What do you think about it? Is it good enough for a contemporary art museum? I have seen weird art pieces in such places, for example electrical motors used to move a magnetic pill floating in a bottle, or unprofessional paintings done by idiots. In this museum there are alot of famous pieces so I will not tell you precisely where is it since I live exactly there and you may doxx me easily. Advices are appreciated.