We grew in a day; we are tremendous colours. Yeti and the cultural imperative grosses 10 sphincter BruceWillis (rotflex), multiple organizational prologue on the promise of more guff. In the factbook market of true facts, someone dies. Every one else, they dead. We grew that day. We ask for a motion forward like people on a road. We get oh. This harmonium has been found. This is a detail view of the whole patchwork made of tons of pieces made by tons of persons for Hélène Durand' Tricoparasite Versicolore project ... The LAYette&out series is just my way of parasiting her giant Tricoparasite, which itself will parasite a Franz West sculpture in the contemporary art museum garden of Toulouse, called les Abattoirs. The opening launch is very soon, now ... WHAT DO I DO WITH ALL THESE FEELS. Joe and me: beauty and ugliness: oil pipes (beauty of landscape is about hiding them!) versus wind farms (that farmers don’t want messing up their horizon). And an engagement with things that are considered somewhat marginal to or provocatively on the side of the aesthetic: food; the Klingberg mandala -- Yes we can / Fuck you (and other phrases) figures of Christ flushed with oil hand of the Statue of Liberty (all encased in plastics << oil) Statue of Liberty head gun shot like compressors: oil appearing and disappearing all around you <> hypnosis the sinkhole in Wink Texas – the video makes noises! But while I talk confidently about the process with my friend, I hear stories from other women about bureaucratic nightmares that require paying a coroner to transport the placenta from the hospital to a funeral home, and then convincing the funeral home to “release” the placenta to you, so you can take it back to your house and eat it.
[Note: Source: Allen Bramhall, “Hippy Style, I Became Eric Burdon in the Morning”, at Simple Theories, 20 Mar 013; Rachel Eros Isarose Defay-Liautard, FB comment, 20 May 013; queerios and milk, as quoted in Katie Jean Shinkle, “queerios and milk: WHAT DO I DO WITH ALL THESE FEELS”, at Katie Jean Shinkle, 20 Mar 013; Timothy Morton, “Energy Arts”, at Ecology without Nature, 20 Mar 013; Kara Crabb, “Girl Eats Placenta”, at Vice, 20 Mar 013]