All Urges Go Haywire

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The new issue of BLACK SCAT REVIEW is now available.

INSIDE:
Eurydice gets naked and dances on the body of America; Ryan Francis Kelly monkeys with words; Samantha Memi finds god; Doug Rice invents forgetting; Harold Jaffe takes aim at macho; Loren Kantor carves iconic faces; Pipa Anais Gaubert drinks wine in Berlin; Peter Cherches loses it in the pasta aisle; Frank Pulaski unveils an art-whore peep show; Alain Arias-Misson reinvents the comic book; Yuriy Tarnawsky lets his hair down; and Poggio Bracciolini dishes up some ancient (indecent) delights.

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Eyes Wide Open

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Farewell Debut‘s astonishing new collection of images were all captured with an iPhone. She opens our eyes to strange, subterranean visions that vanish in a blink, but return to haunt.

PRAISE FOR BLINK

“A digital Rorschach exploration.” –Diana Scheunemann

“A real visual feast!  If this is a farewell to Debut’s debut, I can’t wait to see what the next meal will be.”  –Yuriy Tarnawsky, author of The Placebo Effect Trilogy

“The kaleidoscopic eccentricity in Farewell’s work seduces you into a visionary world of colour and form.”  –Samantha Memi (UK)

“Her images are like memories snapping fire.”   –Derek Pell

Surreal, eerie, absurd, BLINK is one artist’s response to a world drowning in snapshots.

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Is it art? Anti-art? Anti-iPhone? Or a clarion call to rebel?

From the artist’s introduction:

…fine art is dead and we’re destined to listen to thin pop music while wearing The Bright Capri and The Crossing Waters Sandal in Tangerine. Or not.

Over 100 pages of unforgettable color photographs in a limited edition of 100 copies, perfect-bound, in our Absurdist Texts & Documents series.

Don’t blink or you’ll miss it.

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