The propaganda pack is part of the larger project, Authentic Contemporary Art.
The pack is a meditation on ideas of contemporary art: “For the first time in millennia, artists have the opportunity to forge new ideas that are not simply a response to human tragedy, but a propulsion towards greater human capacity, meaning, and joy.” And yet, often that opportunity is wasted in “a scuffle of confusion, insecurity, and vagueness.”
The pack includes a set of buttons for declaring who you are so that art people can know if you Buy Art, Sell Art, Like Art, or Fuck Art. It also includes six postcards that sport some smart and some stupid quotes by David Hickey, Marc Jacobs, Yves Klein, and Andy Warhol on the back and images of Six Cans of Authentic Contemporary Art (see below) a conceptual art product by Ric Kasini Kadour on the front. The pack also includes a set of stickers so that you can authenticate art you own, make, like, or want. A pamphlet contains the essay: What Is Contemporary Art & How Does It Matter by Ric Kasini Kadour.