"I’m sort of having a flashback to a sweaty San Francisco summer back in ’69," Patriarch Peter I chuckled nervously, flanked by Guido Schulutz, A-list leatherdaddy and inventor of The Hole Truth (TM), the first biodegradable, BPA-free artificial anus. "They called me the Reluctant Pony. I was just grooving the scene, trying to start up an amateur polo league with some of the so-called squares. If I’m being honest there’s a period of three months or so that I just don’t remember at all." Schulutz and the Patriarch are seen here at the launch of the Brant Foundation’s latest experimental project space, BrantNowFasterYes2.0, located in a former ketchup processing plant in Detroit. The concept is notable for its reliance on a single artist—Urs Fischer—who has been given almost unbelievable creative control (and an unlimited budget). "We call it instantaneous gratified creative spurtage, or IGCS," Patriarch Peter I explained. "Essentially what it means is that whenever Urs has an idea he’d like to materialize in the world—however insignificant or fleeting—we’ve put the machinery in place to fabricate and install within 24 hours, from conception to completion." Case in point: Fuckheaded Gremlin, 2013, a 60-foot tall bronze sculpture that had been created a mere three hours before the opening, based solely on an iPhone picture that Fischer had snapped of a puddle of vomit on a Dublin street. “This is also a highly progressive jobs initiative,” the Patriarch stressed. “Infamous for being one of America’s ‘dead cities,’ Detroit is ripe for a revival. We guesstimate that by 2014 a solid 87% of the local population will be employed, in some capacity, in the manufacture of Urs Fischer artworks.” A reunited Stooges performed at the launch event, turning in a searing set that ended with Iggy Pop literally slithering down the length of Fuckheaded Gremlin, his impossibly leathered skin barely chafed from the unimaginable friction.