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This volume features the lengthy discourses and lively shouting that Davide had with the poor but amazing artist, Lenid iBrim, in the Winter of 2009, in a pub on the rainswept southern coast of Dorset, in the United Kingdom.
Davide succinctly argued at that time, that the red underpants under his bed are more important to critical discourse than the entire collection of works of art in museums and basements across the globe - and anywhere else for that matter - including the entire oeuvre of the Australian aborigional artists. Lenid, in all his wonderful and endearing humility, could not understand a word his dear friend was saying. So he went home after finishing his beer.
Not realizing that Lenid had left, Davide proceeded to write this great work on a pub beer mat. He later downloaded and appropriated many papers on the subject to fill out the text.