I refute your first proposition.
Letting something new into the art club doesn't invalidate past, current, or future art. A bicycle wheel glued to a stool has in the past been considered art.
In fact "a thing is being produced that qualifies as art" seems to itself refute the supposition that "art is dead." Since how could art continue to be produced if it's dead?
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