Hannah Wilke made her signature vaginal sculptures from chewing gum which she formed into intricate shapes and placed on her body for the S.O.S. photographic series. Wilke also placed gum sculptures on postcards, in small boxes, on sheets of paper and on multiple grids of paper. She made kneaded erasers into vaginal shapes she placed on architectural and landscape postcards and made a series called "Needed-Erase-Her".

Hannah Wilke made her signature vaginal sculptures from chewing gum which she formed into intricate shapes and placed on her body for the S.O.S. photographic series. Wilke also placed gum sculptures on postcards, in small boxes, on sheets of paper and on multiple grids of paper. She made kneaded erasers into vaginal shapes she placed on architectural and landscape postcards and made a series called "Needed-Erase-Her".

Mona Hatoum – Keffieh | 1993 - 1999 | human hair on cotton fabric | 120 x 120 cm

Mona Hatoum – Keffieh | 1993 - 1999 | human hair on cotton fabric | 120 x 120 cm

If you're not familiar with the work of Hannah Wilke, I suggest you give her…

If you're not familiar with the work of Hannah Wilke, I suggest you give her…

"Tongue Tied" art installation for Light Night Leeds 2012 by Gavin Leonard  Elizabeth Aubrey The artists invite people to "play what they see" Create music prompted by the installation. What does this image SOUND LIKE?  (2 points of connection: the kitty's prominent tongue and the imagined sound we SEE him HEARING.)

Listen to Your Art #2 Tongue Tied at @LightNightLeeds

"Tongue Tied" art installation for Light Night Leeds 2012 by Gavin Leonard Elizabeth Aubrey The artists invite people to "play what they see" Create music prompted by the installation. What does this image SOUND LIKE? (2 points of connection: the kitty's prominent tongue and the imagined sound we SEE him HEARING.)

WGSNs Bio-dynamic macro trend for S/S15 is all about gloopy super slimes. Sculpture by Roxy Paine

WGSNs Bio-dynamic macro trend for S/S15 is all about gloopy super slimes. Sculpture by Roxy Paine

Found this picture on the Ischiopagus tumblog (http://ischiopagus.tumblr.com/). This blog is very disturbing, it contains a lot of pictures and paintings always with a dark twist or a morbid side. Art at the entrance of hell...

Found this picture on the Ischiopagus tumblog (http://ischiopagus.tumblr.com/). This blog is very disturbing, it contains a lot of pictures and paintings always with a dark twist or a morbid side. Art at the entrance of hell...

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