Bob and Roberta Smith believe in Art and Democracy. Bob and Roberta Smith provoke the public. They see the public as a body to cajole, kick and stick pins in, but also to encourage and to liberate.
Make Your Own Damn Art examines their methods and explores their work through conversations with Matthew Collings and an essay by Horst Griese. The book sets out how it is possible to "make your own damn art". It is a dynamic tour through the life and the mind of artist(s) Bob and Roberta Smith. As such Make Your Own Damn Art is absurd, political, witty and urgent.