An installation piece I made for a performance created to help a friend of mine get some funding for an experimental brain cancer treatment. This piece is symbolic of the transition from cocoon to butterfly and is based on the Moirae (Three Sisters) from the Greek Mythology. After the performance we all joined hands and created a circle to send love and light to him. R.I.P. Irmaozinho (Little Brother).
Performance by Rosana Pereira
"The ancient Greeks believed in Fate. They said there were three sisters of fate, the Moirae, tripple Moon-goddesses robed in white, whom Erebus begat on Night. They were not the children of Zeus, but parthenogenous daughters of the Great Goddess of Necessity, against whom not even the gods contend. “
spins the thread of life from the cosmic forces.
measures the tread of life and assigns each man his destiny.
the smallest in stature, but the most terrible, cuts the thread of life with the abhorred shears.
Short video of our installation in Glasgow (with a free peen shot at one of the museums)
A friend came up to me and said we were selected to make a site specific installation for an art festival… “It’s in 2 days!” he proclaimed. Since we didn’t have a topic or time to spare, we decided on creating a piece about Absence.
This is the piece I created, out of wool thread, for his performance. It represents the romanticized memory that we all possess in relation to our surroundings, and the places we’ve lived.
Is loving the right person,
at the right moment,
on the wrong planet…”
post porn 2011- by Strangelfreak
Annie Sprinkle & Beth Stephens Silver Wedding @ CCCB, Barcelona
Annie Sprinkle & Beth Stephens Silver Wedding @ CCCB - part 1
Post porn performance 2010 - by Strangelfreak