An Interview With Hip Hop Artist The Buttress: Transgression, Violence and Wicked Women

About a year and a half ago I was introduced to The Buttress (Bethany Schmitt). I was talking about my own transgressive visions, conflicts, values and fears in art-making and a mutual friend suggested I check out Bethany’s work for validation and inspiration. She’s a young hip hop artist, at the time based in Chicago, […]

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Milo Manara and My Objectification Fixation

I’m obsessed with the notion that there is something radically acceptable about my fetishistic self and conversely something inherently very, very wrong with me for my desires. Milo Manara’s art work is like my sexuality painted with watercolor and illustrated far more beautifully than I could ever live it. His fantasies are my fantasies. I […]

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