SPECIAL X is an artist Group founded by Shiho Yuki (Japan) , Eva Nauman (Germany) and Christopher Winter (England) in Berlin in 2002. Their aim is to highlight the crisis points in the Art World through subversions of Art World practices. Their Manifesto Show was the beginning of these acts which showed the Manifesto paintings by Christopher Winter in the windows of Cafe Moscow, the former Politbüro hangout on Karl-Marx-Allee. The sixty-nine point Manifesto was also broadcast by a computer voice on the street outside Cafe Moscow 24 hours a day. The Manifesto is extreme but each point eventually cancels itself out by a counter extreme. "WE love god" for example with "WE are godless". This semantic game both highlights the absurdity and the extremism of Manifestos and ultimately their utopian folly.