It is possible to acquire pieces of this tar, now a work of art, from
me. The art object is known as a Tararium and comprises samples of said
lumps of tar, a plastic display housing which can be hung on the wall,
and a certificate, which serves to confirm the authenticity of the art
object. The current purchase price of a tararium is that of two BP shares
(for current price see listings in your daily newspaper; about 13 Euro).
From the sum invested by you, I undertake to purchase one BP share(about
6,50 Euro). The remaining money shall be used to support the artist's
living, and that of his family.
For reasons of
simplicity I have of necessity sought a durable enemy in war. BP seemed
to me to be at least partially responsible for the existence of lumps
of tar on the beach ( > North sea oil).
My virtually hopeless
endeavour to take over the company should be
viewed in the light of the joy to be experienced by all sandcastle builders
all over the world as a result of the tar being collected up from all
( > Globalisation).
The artist has
based his assumption that 13 g of North Sea tar or the gram debt in accordance
with the principle of causalisation has the value of one share in British
Petroleum on a combination of generous estimation and a certain form of
uncertain cabalistic speculation.