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Re: From the scene of the crime

Posted by alexandra_k on September 16, 2020, at 6:20:26

In reply to Re: From the scene of the crime, posted by alexandra_k on September 16, 2020, at 6:11:32

It's not showing the slavery-themed ones.

It's opressive art of slavery. A celebration of slavery and mass death.

This guy, taking a piss on the world on the front gate.

The art in the Medical School.

A series of black and white pictures... Two men taking pictures of a woman. She's posing like a ballarena. But in one of them her head has been lopped off. Guess they got sick of playing with her.

There was no note to say who produced it or anything about how or why it was produced. It was solely an expression of power.

It was removed when the VC was removed last year.

A blades sculpture. A staircase of dissecting blades. Ominous. Oppressive. No artist note. It was not a work of art.

It was removed when the VC was removed last year.

Now you look out the window and see this monstrosoty building in this gardens that is supposed to be idylic... In some Adams Family monstrosity kind of a sick and distorted f*ck*d up Baccus God kind of a way...





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