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The Prostitution of Art · 1W ago

LostMyJobAtTheOilCompany : David Franklin [90]

David FranklinCzech Republic LostMyJobAtTheOilCompany from d franklin on Vimeo. In some sense this piece was made in a weekend, and in some sense I'd been working on it for about 6 years. F...
The Prostitution of Art · 1W ago

Videos - Watching you Watch me : Farrell Mason-Brown [89]

Farrell Mason-BrownBoston, MA, USA Watching you Watch me About the feelings of disembodiment as men project intentions on female bodies Watching you watch me from FarreLl Mason on Vimeo. Wat...
The Prostitution of Art · 1W ago

Money Talks: Is Art Dead? : Jennifer Weigel [88]

Jennifer WeigelSomerville, MA, USAhttp://www.jenniferweigelart.com/http://www.jenniferweigelprojects.com/ Debut of my busking performance Money Talks: Is Art Dead? in Davis squareSaturday J...
The Prostitution of Art · 1W ago

Video -White blood cells @MEM Bilbao :SCHULTZ and V [87]

SCHULTZ and VFRANCEvdrey.canalblog.comhttps://soundcloud.com/electroschultz Video from our performance White blood cells at MEM Bilbao V is a multi-media. French artist. She paints, makes h...
The Prostitution of Art · 1W ago

3 Aimless Manifestos : Andrew S. Guthrie [82]

Andrew S. GuthrieHong Konghttp://www.localidea.com/ 3 Aimless Manifestos by Andrew S. Guthrie#1:The interpretation of art (whether the form is visual, aural, or textual) rests on ambiguity.T...
The Prostitution of Art · 1W ago

Money Laundering (Consumption as the Impossibility of Use) : Aaron Lish [77]

Aaron Lish Bend, OR, USAMoney Laundering (Consumption as the Impossibility of Use)This project, held at the tbd community gallery as part of the group show titled "Consume | Preserve", was...
The Prostitution of Art · 1W ago

Apple Petit Fours: David Corcoran [72]

David CorcoranNew York, NY, USAhttp://www.corcoranart.netTitle: Media: VideoProfessional Waiter Herve Garcon presents Apple Petit Fours at the Apple Store in Boston
The Prostitution of Art · 1W ago

Never an artist has been prostituted so explicitly as now: Deva Dasis [67]

"There was something romantic and terrible in whores, and of course you could always write about them. In my time, I had tried to save a couple of them (...)If a woman wants to sell her body...