June 20, 2011
Vomit Artist Millie Brown
Posted by Dave Blount at June 20, 2011 6:54 PM
Apply moonbattery to politics and you get President Barack Hussein Obama. Apply it to art and you get Millie Brown:
LiveStudio saw the marriage of music and performance art in the form of Nexus Vomitus, a collaboration between vomiting artist Millie Brown and opera singers Patricia Hammond and Zita Syme. During the one-off performance piece, Millie created a rainbow-like spectrum of vomit on canvas to Patricia and Zita's melodic interlude.
Millie shares the secrets of her art:
"I drink coloured milk — the process is not painful but after several hours of vomiting it can take its toll, which is why I limit the number of colours I use. … The use of canvas is a natural progression from my early performances. I started puking down myself in various outfits, but wanted more longevity from the end result."
Longevity is important when you are producing timeless art.
Ms. Brown is in step with an art community dominated entirely by moonbats. David Thompson places her in the context of modern art history (WARNING: the following links aren't safe for work or for those with sensitive stomachs):
Aesthetes among you may detect the influence of Professor Keith Boadwee, whose colonic evacuations and "explorations of identity politics" are seared into the art world's collective memory. And doubtless that of his students. Likewise, there's a whiff of Jubal Brown, who gained fleeting notoriety by vomiting dye onto Mondrian's Composition in Red, White and Blue, supposedly in an act of righteous artistic criticism. Others may be reminded of Albert Reyes, whose dribbling on the road requires at least some degree of precision.
You can see why the NEA is so lavishly funded. It's hard to make a living at activities like these without government help.