Hey everyone! I tried writing a long update but the words weren't coming out right. Too high and lofty and overwrought (but I guess that's me so whatever). I may try to record a vlog with some updates in case you're curious, but the short version is that I am in the middle of moving (same city, different house) and also am preparing for my first ever art show which I'm very excited about.
Prepping for this show is encouraging me to think about what I am doing and making in different ways, and to think about how to take what has been up to this point a purely digital artform and turn it into something physical. There are advantages and disadvantages to both. This will be mostly a learning experience for me, learning how to display my work and how to interact with viewers, as well as learning how to be confident in what I am doing and to believe in it. I hope this is the first of many more to come, as I have lots more ideas that I would like to explore in the future.
This is the first part of the photoset, with more to come soon. I shot these myself, phone in one hand and lighter in the other, which was a little challenging, but I will have help for the next part. Aside from the smell and the brief moment of panic when the flames get too big, this is actually a pretty good way to remove body hair.
I'm still developing the concept but wanted to show you how it's coming so far. I'll update again soon!
All the best,
I am so envious when scrutinising the technique that you have developed for pubic throw rug incineration. Of course, if I tried it (with my scandalously fecund nut-sack hipster beard) I would probably set the smoke alarms off, get arrested for anti-social behaviour or - worst of all - be expelled from the elevator.