Melty

Lila Jang:

    Says Jang, "My work represents who and where we are as human beings: in the midpoint of that constant struggle between reality and the ideal."
    Your work represents melty furniture, lady. Why isn't that enough?


Francesco Albano:

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3 Responses:

  1. solarbird says:

    Your work represents melty furniture, lady. Why isn't that enough?
    Because "melty furniture" isn't galleryspeak, and doesn't get you included in shows. Some artists can spit this stuff out with - apparent - utter conviction; others hate it with a passion and just do it because you have to.

    (inb4 "har har art is so stupid": Every field has its marketingspeak; welcome to that of art.)

  2. nooj says:

    Given that this furniture is at the exact midpoint between reality and the ideal, I can't decide if I'm more confused about the artist's conception of ideal furniture (two Salvador Dali drawers?) or "reality."

  3. Ben says:

    Is it actually possible to make a sculpture of a melty vulva that doesn't look like a normal vulva?