Blobs of Body

Surrealism breaks the promise of happiness. It sacrifices, to the appearance of happiness…, concern for its truth.

Minima Moralia. Adorno.

(a)

‘Lay it on,’ Paul splashes paint upon the canvas, ‘trickle it down.’ Paul rolls his body in the paint.

(b)

‘Lay it on,’ Paul rolls the paint upon the canvas, ‘trickle it on.’ Paul takes the brush and presses it against his chest.

(c)

‘Lay it on,’ Paul dips the paint, dribbles the paint, ‘a little over here.’ Paul spins, he swirls his hair against the canvas, till his nose dabbles paint.

(d)

‘Lay it on,’ Paul blobs the paint, ‘lay it on.’ Spinning, Paul rolls into the canvas. A torn piece of canvas sticks to his shoe, he walks with a new identity.

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About Rene Diebenkorn

Lifetime Artist. ETC.

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