François Arnal (né en 1924) / bombardement 71, chemise aux manches relevées, 1966
Henry Moore (British, 1898-1986), Three Figures: Internal/External Forms, 1948. Watercolour, wax crayon, coloured crayon, ink wash and pen and ink on paper, 49 x 49 cm.
František Kupka / CIRCULAIRES ET VERTICALES 1933
František Tichý / Commedia dell´ arte I 1943
Mary Abbott, artist; Barbara Guest, author: Honey or Wine?, 1970
Charles Burchfield, Sunlight in a Forest 1916
Toy - William Baziotes
Richard Hawkins. Vitriol chapter 5, 2014. We seek to open up our bodies to other bodies, any other bodies, all other bodies. To transmit vibrations, to circulate energies, to rearrange our desires so that each is free to play out its perverse fantasies and degenerate ecstasies, so that we might live shamelessly, orgasmically and overcome the slow agonies of Breast, Phallus, State, Doctor, Teacher, Judge, Cop, Politician, Rainbow Flagging Monogamy Advocate … any proscriptive force, in other words, that fills its pockets and gets its rocks off by telling us what NOT to do.
We do realize the many obstacles in turning our aspirations into more than the dreams of a small disorganized and marginalized minority. We are keenly aware, depressingly aware that liberating our bodies into sensual, sexual and ecstatic affectivities is inseparable from the struggles of other oppressed peoples. To rid ourselves of all role models … that would be a start. But we can only begin with our own selves, our own asses and cocks, by being utterly selfish, by churning up and jump-starting our own budding perversities, our own filthy hungry slithering aching and writhing bodies.
— adapted from Guy Hocquenghem, To Destroy Sexuality
Casa das Canoas [Rio]
Household gloss paint on canvas
113.78 x 113.78 inches
289 x 289 cm