Supine describes LADYBOY significance as “the marriage of opposites in one person — comparable to the technique of collage, combining seemingly disparate images to reveal something that wasn’t previously apparent”. An intimate encounter by the artist with a ladyboy in Bangkok served as the stimulus for this exhibition.
Images you see here are from Judith's works out on the street, along with a few pieces that will be in the show. Most of the outdoor pics are credited to Jaime Rojo from Brooklyn Street Art.
LADYBOY runs through May 13, 2011.
The Memory Or You Is Never Lost Upon Me.
Brian Adam Douglas aka Elbow-Toe sent over new work from his show, Due Date at The Black Rat Projects and the fresh off the streets of London. Brian's collages have gotten better and better as he goes, yes the above is a collage. To see Brian out on the streets in London, check out Arrested Motion's post on him.
The below piece, This Too Shall Pass, is loosely based on the myth of the Fisher King. Click on the images to see them larger.