A tabloid style artists' project based on notions of exchange between Huebler and fifty artists. Text from cover: "50 signed original copies of this statement, (priced at $150 each), will constitute the only from of this piece for an indeterminate period of time. When the entire edition has been sold, presumably to 50 different 'owners', the net proceeds resulting from its sale will be used to structure and execute its final destiny..." Text from first interior page: "After a period of months had passed no collector had purchased PART I of this work so it was re-designed in the following way: fifty people, not necessarily artists, were asked to accept the statement that constituted PART I in exchange for 'something of yours that you value as being worth $150.' As no 'net proceeds' resulted from the exchanges the 'final destiny' of the piece takes the form of the publication 'of all documents that accumulate as a result of its completion.' An edition of 2,000 newspaper type publications has been printed in order to bring the information concerning this work to a more general and larger audience at a very low cost..." Incorporates the works of Eleanor Antin, Cazolari, Salvo, Alighiero Boetti, Hanne Darboven, Tim Zuck, David Askevold, John Goodyear, Lawrence Weiner, Roger Mazurquil, Charles Harper, Saul Ostrow, David Blume, Les Levine, Jack Burnham, Robert MacDonald, Carolyn Kite, Braco Dimitrijevic, John Pearson, Lucy Lippard, Tadashi Maeyama, Knimsa Kuriyama, Shyoji Kaneko, Kodo Tanaqua, Toshiyuki Sunohara, Hideharu Sato, Jum Mizukami, Hiroshi Kawatsu, Yutaka Matsuzawa, Gerald Ferguson, Boezem, Stanley Brouwn, Jan Dibbets, Adriaan Van Ravesteijn, Donald Burgy, Robert Barry, Christopher Cook, Edward Ruscha, Robert Cumming, Agnes Denes, Adrian Piper, Hans Haacke, John Baldessari, Sol LeWitt, Konrad Fischer, Daniel Buren, Gilbert & George, Bernd & Hilla Becher, Jaroslaw Kozlowski, Richards Jarden.