Art: A religious cult which believes that an elite caste of bourgoise narcissists are given a mystical power which enables them to master all forms of technology and even to render everyday objects sacred by simply handling them.

Ordinary People: Non-artists and especially working class people who although denied the gift of 'Art' and excluded from the 'Art World' are vital to artists because they produce authentic everyday material which can be appropriated by the artists and presented to the bourgoise as their own work. See Postmodern, Pop Art etc.

Site Specific: Locations and enviroments may have some kind of drama or meaning for ordinary people (eg. a dole office) but this has no signigance for the bourgoisie untill interpreted by the heightened sensibilities of the artist.

Art Galleries: An investment subsidiary of British capitalism which specialises in the upper to middle income market.

Video Art: A means by which the Bourgoisie can enjoy television without feeling common.

Underground Cinema: Spectacular entertainment from a gang of art loathing perverts.

 FORGET ART... WE ARE THE MEANS, THERE IS NO END.