What is accomplished by screaming? No, no, no, the question is really “What isn’t accomplished by screaming?”
Go through all the holes.
Writing and reading about Fairies some may deem to be the mark of a trifling turn of mind.
Bless the yeast and the children.
Help God explode.
I am utterly stunned by this work!
Lucy Glendinning is a sculptor and installation artist, who works in a contemporary British sculpture tradition. Here, different aesthetic expressions are brought together under one central entry point: the human body as a semiotic medium. For Glendinning, art is the primary tool for investigating psychological and philosophical themes. Her work is thus permeated by a conceptual content, superior to the value of aesthetics. That does not imply that the artistic performance is lacking, on the contrary, she is seducing the observing eye by emphasing subtle expressions and presenting a stunning craftsmanship.
The suite “Feather Child” originates from Glendinning’s fascination with visions of a future society. The feathered children are embodied questions, where the artist is asking us if we, in a world where our genetics could be freely manipulated, will be able to resist altering our physical abilities. Will necessity or vanity be the ruling power? Will we act collectively or as individuals? The fragility of the feathers is simultaneously mirroring the perhaps most classic tale of human hubris: the fate of Icarus in Greek mythology. How far can humanity progress before everything falls apart? (cf. artist’s biography) Many thanks to myampgoesto11 for introducing us one of her contemporary favorite artists Glendinning (*)!
Entr̩es on trays. Disgusting. Suffer.
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What flavor Slurpee are you planning to buy at the 7-election? They’re all made by the same company. They all taste the same.
The capsule of how disgust works.