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Bourgeois RIP

I can’t be the only person who remembers that wonderful, exhilarating, fuck-you-all moment from a documentary on Louise Bourgeois when the interviewer, appalled, watches the artist smash a sculpture he’d, inappropriately in her opinion, praised. I’ve just found out about … Continue reading

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Labels: memory (part two)

There’s a limit to the number of labels a post can have. This is part two of the precding post: young people: unsynthesised manifoldplum: maplouise bourgeois: mannersmadonna: librariesmother: received truthnico: moral relativism That’s enough for now…

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Family life

The Destruction of the Father is the name of a piece by Louise Bourgeois. She describes it in this way: This piece is basically a table, the awful, terrifying family dinner table headed by the father who sits and gloats. … Continue reading

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