Cindy Sherman’s work isn’t as orthodox in its theory or approach as its historical categorisation might suggest – it’s far more organically alive, exploring the grotesque and the uncanny, the monstrously feminine, and the comedic worlds of haute couture.
It’d be fair to say that your artwork doesn’t really challenge any paradigms. Or any notions.
Sci-fi and contemporary art share a history…
It’s hard to imagine a world without cars.
I wrote the essay, cited the facts as required, but the artist still rejected the essay. No reason was given but I suspected it might be because I’m a shit writer. But you can be the judge of that.
I’m willing to give the cab driver the benefit of the doubt because he looks a lot like the American comedian…
With Perry’s art his point of view is so much part of the work that if you don’t agree with it or think it’s particularly funny, there’s not much else there.