The Undisplayable of Female Sex as Revealed by Women
Essays by Elvan Zabunyan, Marie Joseph Bertini and Francoise Gange.
Ever since women artists gave themselves the right to declare their sexual fantasies, their work has yielded revelations for those who once declared their fantasies for them. In a raw language that ignores taboos, these women speak of sex like Courbet painted "The Origin of the World." Keep This Sex Out of My Sight is a hymn to women's sex, a celebration of feminine desire, so often erased, hidden and forgotten. For the artists whose texts and images appear here, obscenity and pornography are responses to the male fear of the female sexual organ, and confronting them cancels their power. more ... click here
... this 'space' is a bag of tricks ... like the 'unsound' and the 'unsounded-object' in its sound, sung cacophonies from Gertrude Stein as sound theory, my furiously fitful notion of sounded-language and its scores, sonic-art artists and experimental writing especially with a feminist flarffy twist. It's full of sound-objects, yabbering away in cacophony making a mess of 'things'. It works for me as a research tool for my PhD and I'm happy to share it with interested others... just to be clear-ish 'unsound' for me is no way a value judgment... majena mafe