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Keith Boadwee, “Untitled (Purple Squirt)” (1995): The painting process reminds me of anal gland secretions. “Boadwee produced two video loops documenting his painting processes in which, either lying on the floor or crouching over the canvas, he ejected streams of paint from his anus to create Pollockian painterly marks. As art historian Amelia Jones has commented, ‘Reiterating the Pollockian trope of masculinized action painting, but through a body explicitly performed as abject, anal and homosexual, Boadwee exposes the homoerotic as the hidden threat. The anus - not the penis/phallus - becomes the site through which male creativity takes place; and yet, far from being phallic and so ‘transcendent,’ this site itself is an orifice (and one connected in mainstream culture with the most debased aspects of human functioning, as well as with homosexual erotics).’ —Amelia Jones, Body Art: Performing the Subject, 1998” —Tracy Warr & Amelia Jones, The Artist’s Body. London: Phaidon Press, 2000. p. 68

categorized-art-collection:

Keith Boadwee, “Untitled (Purple Squirt)” (1995): The painting process reminds me of anal gland secretions. “Boadwee produced two video loops documenting his painting processes in which, either lying on the floor or crouching over the canvas, he ejected streams of paint from his anus to create Pollockian painterly marks. As art historian Amelia Jones has commented, ‘Reiterating the Pollockian trope of masculinized action painting, but through a body explicitly performed as abject, anal and homosexual, Boadwee exposes the homoerotic as the hidden threat. The anus - not the penis/phallus - becomes the site through which male creativity takes place; and yet, far from being phallic and so ‘transcendent,’ this site itself is an orifice (and one connected in mainstream culture with the most debased aspects of human functioning, as well as with homosexual erotics).’ —Amelia Jones, Body Art: Performing the Subject, 1998” —Tracy Warr & Amelia Jones, The Artist’s Body. London: Phaidon Press, 2000. p. 68

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wolverxne:

Photographer Tim Carter captured these adorable images of this Red Fox playing, stretching and sleeping in the snow. 

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ruinedchildhood:

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heyoitsmya:

me playing sports

heyoitsmya:

me playing sports

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thirdorgan:

Jiří Sozanský (Czech, 27. června 1946 v Praze) 

Běsi 1998

thirdorgan:

Jiří Sozanský (Czech, 27. června 1946 v Praze)

Běsi 1998

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thedavesofourlives:

get a job you hippies

thedavesofourlives:

get a job you hippies

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beautiful-wildlife:

Wild eyes by Masa Nakamura

beautiful-wildlife:

Wild eyes by Masa Nakamura

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godshideouscreation:

Me

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