Aesthetic Enclosures is inspired in the legal concept of an ‘entire agreement’, a clause in a contract that stipulates that an agreement consists of the agreement and its enclosures. The agreement is in the project represented by one central piece of art which consists, in turn, of artistic representations of snapshots from a corporate decision-making process. The central artwork is entitled ‘certificate of authenticity and refers to the transformative theory of the 80’s where those certificates were used to redefine concepts as ‘agreement’ and ‘property’. The entitlement of the artwork as a certificate is done in this project to suggest another approach. The concept ‘agreement’ is used as a metaphor for the contemporary interplay between the artist and his audience. By remaining neutral in the set-up of the artworks, the emphasis lies here more on the fact that artist is merely a part, an enclosure, of a wider community.