trademarks, vito acconci, 1970
sitting in front of a camera, acconci performed a series of contorted poses and bit into his arms, legs and shoulders, resulting in impressions of his teeth left on his skin. he then covered these marks with printers ink and used them to stamp various surfaces, illustrating the bodies attack on itself while also criticizing the social institutions of art and the economy.
This may be shocking, but babies and condoms are made of different material
There is a joke somewhere in the fact that I keep my acid in a copy of Atlas Shrugged, I just haven’t found it yet
i wish you were here / 1:44am
Christian Death 1983
I am absolutely sick and tired of the assertion that the human mind is not capable of deliberate malicious action unless its abilities are compromised.