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This tank of glowing urine manifests what may seem abstract in discussion: the physical burden placed on an individual body when bathroom access is restricted by discriminatory policy. At the close of days of collecting every drop of their urine, Cassils invited the audience to witness the final acts that would complete the durational sculpture PISSED. Standing on a platform above the audience in front of a grid of orange medical bottles marked with the date of urine capture, the artist shared the deeply human acts of standing, drinking, and urinating. The Alchemic suite of photographs was created in collaboration with Robin Black. These photos are face mounted onto two inches of polished plexi which draw an aesthetic relationship between the tank of bodily fluid and the images. Formally the plexi also functions as a magnifying lens, while also referencing a scientific petri dish, pointing to the study and scrutiny of transgender bodies.
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Pissing Figures 1280–2014

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David Zwirner Books · Pissing Figures –

Jean-Claude Lebensztejn, a French art critic, has written Pissing Figures, , a history of what he calls our "diuretic fantasies" embedded in western artwork — the pisseur and pisseuse and, most commonly in the earliest examples, the young boy. Images of urinating young boys, what art historians call the putto or puer mingen, first appeared in the margins of illuminated manuscripts in the s. Before you become too offended, remember that European books and artwork in that period were almost entirely created for and used within the church. It was holy pee, you see. The putto were young angels, with wings, laurel wreaths, and streams of urine. In the first few centuries of European peeing art within Christian settings the putto appeared at parties and feasts. Life as an endless party, endlessly sprinkled by the cherubim.
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The Urinating Figure in European Art

A world-class art historian who has lectured and taught at major universities in the United States, his work has remained almost entirely in French, his American audience limited to a small but dedicated group of cognoscenti. First introducing the Manneken Pis —the iconic little boy whose stream of urine supplies water to this famous fountain and is also the logo for a Belgian beer company—the author takes the reader through a semi-scatological maze of cultural history. In this short and poignant cultural history, readers not only find the care for detail that has made Lebensztejn into one of the greatest European art historians, but also the rebelliousness that makes him one of the most interesting intellectuals of our time. His interests range from the art of the eighteenth and twentieth centuries, to film, music, human animality, and more generally, the question of frontiers and boundaries. Jeff Nagy is a translator, critic, and historian of technology based in Palo Alto, California.
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In the s the Oxidation Paintings were created. Praised abstractions, they are actually created by means of our waste material, pee. A short story that tells us once again the value of urine and shows the relevance of its materiality over chemistry and aesthetics. Rust and dirt - Patterns created on a baking plate by rust, one of the most common example of corrosion.
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