By changing our production and distribution of commodities I aim to alter the very structure of our society through my art production. The notion that the relations supporting contemporary artwork’s existence are formal in focus allows the gallery to be a space of radical play. Artists are, as critic and curator Nicolas Bourriaud points out, “no longer imagining Utopias, they are constructing concrete spaces.” The recent visible upsurge in this type of work allows for the initiation of projects that would previously have been unfeasible. It simultaneously suggests a “thick” reading of these acts, implicating materials sourcing, production, and viewers’ potential for engagement in the overall critique of the work. Pragmatically, an anti-capitalist venture must at its start exist within a capitalist structure. If this can only begin in the sheltered micro-system of art production, so be it.