“I am a creature of consumerism. And I consume this kind of image myself; I would not be able to work with them if I wasn´t”
“Perhaps it is a fantasy that one could wield power over the representation of death by its abstracted nature? Is this not a dangerous game to play god over the
"What we cannot speak, we must pass over in a meaningless system of categorization."
There are no names, just awkward glue marks and yellowing tape- completing a metaphor for the supine bodies within.
All of the images have been collated from the Internet and are displayed spread by spread.
“There is a relevant question: can I learn anything from a dead body, from a corpse without a name and history? It is only a dead piece of meat that
” The overlapping of basic subjects, the presentation of identities and where life/energy goes, is embedded in these content matters which superficially seem to be diverse but are really very
"Every dried out mummy-corpse, every dead child, every snarl of these fucking dogs - it's like they invade my dreams- I can't get relief either awake or asleep."
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”Start to live; start to see how you can be dead and alive at the same time instead of alive and alive."
Within the event of this testimonial, we have supervised a position of conducting, in negative harmonics, a passage between the afterworld of death and our ability to master control over
Art shouldn’t be a product of the art world, but a product of the world world. By Owen Campbell I told my friend I was reading Glenn O’Brien’s intro essay