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We need to have an honest conversation about art as labor, underlying systemic structures, and a conspiracy of silence, that prevent artists who don't have well-employed spouses, large pots of gold, a trust fund, or prior family wealth from making a living from their work. The current system means that a huge percentage of artists are excluded from the conversation simply because they can't afford to participate. With your support literally , we can make this project—and this conversation—happen together. Fuck This, Pay Me is a real-time conceptual artwork that reveals the practical aspects of life as an artist, including cash flow, performative social obligations, and other emotional and financial labor both online as well as the physical investment that goes into making work. The purpose of this piece is to pull back the curtain on the gig economy for contract and creative labor, and to raise awareness of contemporary art practices as they relate to expression and survival under capitalism. In the art world—regardless of career stage—artists cover the costs for materials, production, fabrication, installation, travel, lodging, food, and standard living expenses while producing new works.