From Boing Boing:
Turkish-born artist Pinar Yolacan, who is based in Brooklyn, is best known for her portraits of ladies wearing clothes fashioned from meat parts (tripe, guts, assorted offal). (more)
From Judson Church archive:
Meat Joy has the character of an erotic rite: excessive, indulgent, a celebration of flesh as material: raw fish, chickens, sausages, wet paint, transparent plastic, rope brushes, paper scrap. It’s propulsion is toward the ecstatic– shifting and turning between tenderness, wilderness, precision, abandon: qualities which could at any moment be sensual, comic, joyous, repellent.
Zverina also offered his meat poem, titled, Holy Cow.
i don.t eat meat, do you?
it.s a really bad thing to do
cattle ranchers use public land
to fatten these beings for slaughter
this cruel business is subsidized
by your and my tax dollars
life is cruel, i know, it.s true–
it.s basically eat or be eaten
but if i come back as a cow,
it.s not yr mouth i want to be meat in
Ries Niemi suggested Ann Simonton.