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Apr 24 2014

Milo Moire: An Artist for the Times

The Frankfurt School figured out long ago that for progressives to construct a totalitarian utopia, first the existing society needs to be bulldozed out of existence. Their strategy is to weaken each of the pillars supporting it by reducing everything we traditionally revere to a tasteless farce. Leadership and marriage are two examples. Another is art. Formerly a source of pride and central component of our identity as a society, subversive cultural gatekeepers have reduced it to this:

The German performance artist Milo Moire gives birth to her paintings… literally; in pushing eggs, filled with ink and acrylic paint, from her vaginal canal, she allows them to break and splatter onto a pristine white canvas. The unusual work, titled “PlopEgg,” necessitates that the artist be nude from head to toe, and it is the first of a series of similar performances at the opening of 2014’s Art Cologne fair.

Put on your hip waders. Here is how they spin this juvenile exhibitionism as art:

For Moire, the work embodies the creative and spontaneous powers of femininity; her exposed body and vagina give rise to streaming rivers of earthy colors: rich reds, browns, and grays. The muddied hues recall human birth, from the breaking of the water to the release of blood; her hulking, straining body stands like a statue on high, and the act of labor is elevated, made majestic and potent. The visceral image of her lengthy squat, the cracking noise as egg hits pavement, serves as a testament to the symbolic strength of the vagina, the power of both woman and the creative mind to conceive and reproduce.

Et cetera, ad nauseam. Maybe it’s parody or ironic or whatever; maybe all this is on the level. In a liberalized culture, you can never be sure.

From Rembrandt to some kook squirting colored goop out of her private parts in less than four centuries. “Progress” is a fast-acting form of rust.

Want to see the next logical step after this? No you don’t, trust me. It is disgusting beyond belief.

Milo-Moire
Milo Moire creating.

On tips from Steve T and Tchhht!!!



57 Responses to “Milo Moire: An Artist for the Times”

  1. Leonard Jones says:

    Artists once actually created images of people, places and things.
    Now we are reduced to homosexuals taking photos of a bull whip
    stuck in another mans ass or lesbians shitting paint filled eggs out
    of her vagina.

    Only pretentious liberal snobs could ever call this “Art!”

  2. Leonard Jones says:

    Artists once actually created images of people, places and things.
    Now we are reduced to homosexuals taking photos of a bull whip
    stuck in another mans ass or lesbians shitting paint filled eggs out
    of her vagina.

    Only pretentious liberal snobs could ever call this “Art!”

  3. KHarn says:

    Historian and archeologists have often looked to paintings, statues and scratches on stone to get an idea of what people and life looked like in the past; or at least how people of past ages viewed their world. In the future, they will look at the “art” of post-modernism and say “they just didn’t give a F**K”.

  4. KHarn says:

    Historian and archeologists have often looked to paintings, statues and scratches on stone to get an idea of what people and life looked like in the past; or at least how people of past ages viewed their world. In the future, they will look at the “art” of post-modernism and say “they just didn’t give a F**K”.

  5. KHarn says:

    Yes, they practice “ART!”, the same way people in old B-movies practiced “SCIENCE!”.

  6. KHarn says:

    Yes, they practice “ART!”, the same way people in old B-movies practiced “SCIENCE!”.

  7. SineWaveII says:

    Wow. I just got back from dropping a deuce, in pretty much the same way as described above. Get me folks, I’m an artist. Relax I’m not going to invite you into my “gallery” to see my latest work. However I’m sure to have another work sometime tomorrow, I’ll be sure to make an announcement.

  8. SineWaveII says:

    Wow. I just got back from dropping a deuce, in pretty much the same way as described above. Get me folks, I’m an artist. Relax I’m not going to invite you into my “gallery” to see my latest work. However I’m sure to have another work sometime tomorrow, I’ll be sure to make an announcement. I’ll be sure to let you know if it involves a “lengthy squat”.

  9. Tostig says:

    at this point, the point of art is basically to offend and anger traditionalists, not to make art. They’re doing a pretty good job of it, although after 50 years or so, we’re all pretty jaded with their antics. So they have to keep upping the bar — finding ever-new ways to shock people. And that’s how we get to Milo

  10. Tostig says:

    at this point, the point of art is basically to offend and anger traditionalists, not to make art. They’re doing a pretty good job of it, although after 50 years or so, we’re all pretty jaded with their antics. So they have to keep upping the bar — finding ever-new ways to shock people. And that’s how we get to Milo

  11. genes says:

    Making her as much an artist as Mann and Hansen are scientists.

  12. genes ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵈᵉᵖˡᵒʳᵃᵇˡᵉ says:

    Making her as much an artist as Mann and Hansen are scientists.

  13. EngineerPoet says:

    The questions people should be asking are:

    1.  Who’s paying for this?
    2.  If it’s me, who’s responsible for that?
    3.  What sort of penalty do they deserve, above and beyond losing their job?

  14. EngineerPoet says:

    The questions people should be asking are:

    1.  Who’s paying for this?
    2.  If it’s me, who’s responsible for that?
    3.  What sort of penalty do they deserve, above and beyond losing their job?

    As for the video linked at the end, what kind of person would pay for such “art”?  A little bit of imagination and you could get it removed from any public space as a health hazard, maybe even from art galleries.  Imagine if it was all treated with disinfectant to make it safe.  An hour’s soak in pure liquid swimming-pool chlorine would do it.

  15. Pork_Soda says:

    I think… I think I just threw up in my mouth a little!

  16. Pork_Soda says:

    I think… I think I just threw up in my mouth a little!

  17. Pork_Soda says:

    Do all that’s mentioned above at the same time and you’ll have just another street fair on any given day in San Francisco!

  18. Pork_Soda says:

    Do all that’s mentioned above at the same time and you’ll have just another street fair on any given day in San Francisco!

  19. Mr. Freemarket says:

    “The muddied hues recall human birth”

    Actually it recalls something else. If there are rich reds or grays, then you should probably see a doctor about that. At the least you will need some medication and maybe surgery to correct your problem.

  20. Mr. Freemarket says:

    “The muddied hues recall human birth”

    Actually it recalls something else. If there are rich reds or grays, then you should probably see a doctor about that. At the least you will need some medication and maybe surgery to correct your problem.

  21. Mr. Freemarket says:

    BTW,. why is the artist required to be completely nude? Doesn’t sound like anything north of her belly button is involved in the creative process. That would include everything north of her neck.

  22. Mr. Freemarket says:

    BTW,. why is the artist required to be completely nude? Doesn’t sound like anything north of her belly button is involved in the creative process. That would include everything north of her neck.

  23. EngineerPoet says:

    She could wear long skirts and just hike them up, but there wouldn’t be any notoriety to be had.  This is all about deliberate offensiveness, the calculated induction of disgust in people who can then be labeled “haters” and “intolerant”.

    Mocking works much better than outrage anyway.  Compare her stuff to Jackson Pollack and even the smears done by that elephant a few years ago.  Have chimpanzees throw paint at a canvas.  Compare her capabilities unfavorably to the animals… or to the leavings of pigeons.

  24. EngineerPoet says:

    She could wear long skirts and just hike them up, but there wouldn’t be any notoriety to be had.  This is all about deliberate offensiveness, the calculated induction of disgust in people who can then be labeled “haters” and “intolerant”.

    Mocking works much better than outrage anyway.  Compare her stuff to Jackson Pollack and even the smears done by that elephant a few years ago.  Have chimpanzees throw paint at a canvas.  Compare her capabilities unfavorably to the animals… or to the leavings of pigeons.

  25. octa bright says:

    I believe that a large portion of this “art” is funded by public grants. Therefore WE are paying for it.

  26. octa bright says:

    I believe that a large portion of this “art” is funded by public grants. Therefore WE are paying for it.

  27. Martin Vorbrodt says:

    Mark my words: soon, partial birth abortion will become a form of artistic expression to be admired!

  28. TED says:

    How ’bout she pounds a couple of dozen or so up there and seal it for a month or two. Wait until they come out on their own gas. Then you not only see it you can smell it too. That’s the whole idea isn’t it, SHOCK VALUE and to see just how childish you can be. Just a suggestion libby’s, TRY IT.

  29. TED says:

    How ’bout she pounds a couple of dozen or so up there and seal it for a month or two. Wait until they come out on their own gas. Then you not only see it you can smell it too. That’s the whole idea isn’t it, SHOCK VALUE and to see just how childish you can be. Just a suggestion libby’s, TRY IT.

  30. Nat says:

    Excellent commentary as usual, Dave. Thanks.

  31. Nat says:

    Brilliant! 😉

  32. Nat says:

    Excellent commentary as usual, Dave. Thanks.

  33. Nat says:

    Brilliant! 😉

  34. SNuss says:

    It COULD be worse, if she decided to defecate on the canvas, to add some “earth tones”.

  35. SNuss says:

    It COULD be worse, if she decided to defecate on the canvas, to add some “earth tones”.

  36. Henry says:

    Disturbed and disturbing.

  37. Henry says:

    Disturbed and disturbing.

  38. susan says:

    I think I just threw up in my mouth a LOT.

  39. susan says:

    I think I just threw up in my mouth a LOT.

  40. susan says:

    she’s a pervert and an exhibitionist. 20 years ago, in a saner world, she would have been thrown in jail and/or a mental institution.

  41. susan says:

    she’s a pervert and an exhibitionist. 20 years ago, in a saner world, she would have been thrown in jail and/or a mental institution.

  42. Guppy2 says:

    A thousand years from now, this time will be know as “The Stupid Age”

  43. Deplorable Vulgarian Guppy2 says:

    A thousand years from now, this time will be know as “The Stupid Age”

  44. 762x51 says:

    As brown as a couple of those spots are they may have originated from a different cavity. Maybe she shouldn’t push so hard.

  45. 762x51 says:

    As brown as a couple of those spots are they may have originated from a different cavity. Maybe she shouldn’t push so hard.

  46. Mr. Freemarket says:

    You know, no artist that I know of has ever tried to paint by snorting paint and sneezing all over a canvas.

    Either too disgusting or not sufficiently shocking.

  47. Mr. Freemarket says:

    You know, no artist that I know of has ever tried to paint by snorting paint and sneezing all over a canvas.

    Either too disgusting or not sufficiently shocking.

  48. Mr. Freemarket says:

    That is exactly what I was attempting to imply. Whenever there are brown hues coming from the neither regions, I suspect a plastic “doggy” bag may be appropriate.

  49. Mr. Freemarket says:

    That is exactly what I was attempting to imply. Whenever there are brown hues coming from the neither regions, I suspect a plastic “doggy” bag may be appropriate.

  50. Mr. Freemarket says:

    The “artist’s” work may well stink.

  51. Mr. Freemarket says:

    The “artist’s” work may well stink.

  52. JR says:

    It would be more interesting if this subhuman shit-bird just slit her throat to create a nice blood splatter pattern on canvas

  53. JR says:

    It would be more interesting if this subhuman shit-bird just slit her throat to create a nice blood splatter pattern on canvas

  54. vr says:

    Hell, this kind of “art” has been around a long time, and she isn’t even good at it. There was this gal in Manila, in ’78, that could do things with a ping-pong ball that Ms Moire could only marvel at….and that Philipina gal didn’t need a govt grant.

  55. vr says:

    Hell, this kind of “art” has been around a long time, and she isn’t even good at it. There was this gal in Manila, in ’78, that could do things with a ping-pong ball that Ms Moire could only marvel at….and that Philipina gal didn’t need a govt grant.

  56. Boy Elvis says:

    I saw Priscilla, Queen of the Desert too.

  57. Boy Elvis says:

    I saw Priscilla, Queen of the Desert too.


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