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Your Vegas Nerve


Your Vegas Nerve Painting

C Carlisle

United Kingdom

Painting, Oil on Wood

Size: 35.4 W x 43.3 H x 0.5 D in

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This is the second part in a five part series, in which the use of the Pink Triangle is found and the responding hygiene mask, symbolic of homophobia, is present again. This work deals with the protagonists (standing) acceptance the current prejudice in society without question. Behind the protagonist, one can see a gathering crowd, all clad with masks and surging towards the foreground and the homosexuals who stand to be their victim. This piece draws on aspects of cults or groups, i.e. The Westboro Baptist Church.

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Painting:Oil on Wood

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:35.4 W x 43.3 H x 0.5 D in

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b. 1992, Glasgow, Scotland, UK. Currently living and working in Dundee, Scotland, UK. . My work engages with theories of gender and identity, focusing upon capturing the facial expressions and body language of my subject. I predominantly use self-portraiture as a means of exploring this. The autobiographical element in representing my own identity of sitting between the binary of gender, opens a discussion towards the very boundaries of gender itself. In this sense, the particular can become the universal. This encompasses the representation of gender anxiety and presentation, the psychological disturbance and pressure to conform, alienation and the sense of performance as well. My perspective holds homage to writers within gender/queer theory, such as Judith Butler and Riki Wilchins, with their work upon emancipating gender from sex and illuminating the existence of identities departing from heterosexuality and gender conformity. My work is typically rendered in the medium of oil paint, allowing the creation of a layering effect, fast gestural mark making, and most importantly it is conducive towards a mediation between the body represented in the paintings and the viewer observing such, creating a dialogue between the experience of one’s own body in relation to others.

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