Posted by: Brook Davis | August 20, 2011

Transmission review: Andre Stitt and the post-modern fuck (February 17, 2010)


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Date: February 17, 2010

By Brook Davis

Andre Stitt is a natural-born performer and embodies art himself.
He embodies the transformative act, like if it was is private religion, transforming all is life in a performance, based in drugs, alcohol provocation and violence.

This was the fuel until 1992, when he stopped drinking, entering in a period of creative marasmus, until 2000 when the political instability, awoke him again to the art. Currently, it takes a more relaxed life turned to drawing and painting and contemplation of life and death.

He presented us with an extraordinary performance, which was nothing more than the portrait of his life.

Describes life as it is, without language subterfuges, using slang, like is used in everyday life, and refers to the present day as the post-modern fuck.

… Every akshun (action?) is a performance of conscientiousness, maaan, reflecting a familiar or emotional trauma. But we all inhabit different worlds …

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  1. Preach it my brother.


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