A manifesto consists of core beliefs, intentions and views. I have decided to apply this format to the subtexts of insanity that I have identified and explored to convey what I have learnt to understand about my chosen theory of investigation. As I have explored both art and politics in my research it makes sense to realise my final phase with both painting and a written message.
Marx, K., Engels, F. and Dean, J. (1848). The Communist manifesto. 1st ed. Bishopsgate, London: Workers’ Educational Association.