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And here’s Milo Moiré's performance on video: ‘PlopEgg’ Paints From Her Vagina
"To create art, I use the original source of femininity – my vagina."Moiré claims that lacking an outer shell of clothes, the human body regains its ability to communicate without the distractions of money, fashion, ideology or even time.
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Writing about PlopEgg in The Guardian in a piece entitled, “The artist who lays eggs with her vagina – or why performance art is so silly”, Jonathan Jones commented, “And yet it’s not a strong statement at all. It is absurd, gratuitous, trite and desperate. Anywhere but an art gathering, this would be regarded as a satire on modern cultural emptiness.”Jess Denham in The Independent commented, “the latest desperate effort to shock in the name of art.”

And here’s Milo Moiré's performance on video: ‘PlopEgg’ Paints From Her Vagina

"To create art, I use the original source of femininity – my vagina."
Moiré claims that lacking an outer shell of clothes, the human body regains its ability to communicate without the distractions of money, fashion, ideology or even time.

versus

Writing about PlopEgg in The Guardian in a piece entitled, “The artist who lays eggs with her vagina – or why performance art is so silly”, Jonathan Jones commented, “And yet it’s not a strong statement at all. It is absurd, gratuitous, trite and desperate. Anywhere but an art gathering, this would be regarded as a satire on modern cultural emptiness.”
Jess Denham in The Independent commented, “the latest desperate effort to shock in the name of art.”

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