My blog focuses on Art, Eros (sex), Thanatos (death), and of course the Oceanic Feeling.
A video from one of Big Art Group’s performances describing the relationship between two people who were lucky enough to find each other on the internet. One wanted to be eaten and the other wanted to eat.
Jonathan Webb, Gino SIlberge, 2001.
Artur Zmijewski’s An Eye for An Eye, 1998 captures “abled” bodies morphing with “disabled” bodies, causing use to question why such binaries are mapped onto the human form.
Some of Otto Dix’s pieces which depict lustmord or sexual murder.
Paul Thek’s Shrine, 1967 elucidates that not all forms of knowledge are obtained through optical encounters. Rather, haptic interactions are just as integral to conscious experience.
Carl Van Vechten’s 1920’s scrapbooks appropriate mass media images to demonstrate that queer culture already exists, a shift in framing is all that is needed to reveal it in dominant culture.
Francis Giacobetti’s Meat Triptych depicting Francis Bacon underneath a slab of meat suspended from a hook.
This is believed to be the only full frontal work that Leyendecker created.
Alive and dead flesh merge together in Kathe Kollwitz’s Woman with Dead Child.