The self-administered justice the artists refer to is an Adlerian psychoanalytical technique of, figuratively, spitting in the client’s soup; a method which squashes a patient’s delusion by exposing its underlying motivations.

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Michael Clegg & Martin Guttmann approach art as a social and communicative event informed by its audience. The discursive nature of their works and experimental critiques of behavioral norms often intersect with sociology, actively including the viewers as artistic agents. They have been exhibited extensively and their work is a permanent feature of a number of major international collections worldwide.