No. 118 (essentialsaltes) wrote,
No. 118

Purple Haze

To LJ-cut, or to not LJ-cut, that is the question. I think I'll post and then go to sleep and see what awaits in the morning.

"Keith Boadwee, Adjunct Professor of Fine Arts at the California College of the Arts, and visiting faculty member at the San Francisco Art Institute ... part-fills his rectum with (non toxic) water-based paint using a rubber hot water bottle with an attached plastic tube. Then, by carefully positioning himself near a large blank canvas placed horizontally on the art-studio floor, he is able, at the appropriate moment, to eject and direct a constrained jet of paint. Thereby rapidly creating one-of-a-kind artworks with an appositely chaotic and spontaneous feel."

ETA: OK, now it's too early in the morning for this kind of thing (in my timezone anyway)

Tags: art

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