Gijs Gieskes releases Insolventunclesam, the squelchiest critique of late capitalism ever. Inspired by money printer go BRRR economic stimulus, the Dutch artist created a signal path that models inflation. “The landscape line represents the S&P500, where the stock price goes down and the FED comes to the rescue,” Gieskes writes. He further describes the FED chairman oscillator, three more for household investors, and the ‘ELECT’ button “where the decisions can be influenced.” True to form, the price of each synth sold increases by 2%.

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