Performance art, feminism and implicit guilt

or something:

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They're Here To Teach Us
Artists Katy Albert and Sophia Hamilton, aka Mothergirl, tell us that their work "exhibits a strategically refracted or misrepresented view of current political and philosophical discourse, creating a space where viewers are challenged to think critically about their own relationships with feminism, consumerism, and representational visuality."
Which is why they spent 90 minutes standing by an onramp hitting themselves with pillows (external - login to view).

Now cower in the shadow of their artistic enormity...

wonderful video and theatrical review of this wondrous event here:

davidthompson: Please Don’t Dump Your Garbage on the Roadside (external - login to view)
I hate performance art.

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