elaineblogs| A NUDE, SOME INK AND A DOZEN EGGS
By Elaine Abrams
What sounds like an internet-let’s-say-prank are the ingredients of the newest performance art bomb of swiss artist Milo Moire “The PlopEgg Painting Performance # 1 – A Birth Of A Picture” taking place at the Art Cologne.
The unconventional female artist, whose previous performances like “The Script System” unleashed a huge media discussion about the radical use of the artists body for her artwork a year ago, is about to let us witness the creation of a painting. Using eggs fueled with ink and acryl. Via her birth canal. For Milo, her corporeity is absolute and a powerful source of inspiration.
The “PlopEgg Painting” itself releases a loose chain of thoughts – about the creation fear, the symbolic strength of the casual and the creative power of the femininity. The one you see published in this post is the result of Milos performance preparations for the Art Cologne, painted yesterday and kindly given to Elaineblogs. A comparison to wild associations arises and by the intensity of the seen one becomes clear that art like so often demands the rough corporeity to be able to manifest itself.
The swiss performance artist Milo Moire describes her art as “lead by intuition. The pictures originate in my head by the physical feeling only and only by my own body I can make this feeling to the others comprehensible.”
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