Intentionalism and the Arts

The Great Wall of V*gina - London Premiere

Posted by Rachel on May 3, 2012 at 4:25 AM


Brighton based artist jamie McCartney has his first London solo show coming up next week and part of it is The controversial Great Wall of Vagina – a 9-metre wall featuring individual plaster cast panels taken from 400 different women’s most intimate parts.



A Private View will take place on 8th May at Hay Hill Gallery, London.





I would be interested to hear your thoughts.

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Reply Patricio Calatayud
11:20 AM on January 14, 2013 
An interesting way of hiding things...

Maybe he wanted to substract the erotic from a vagina, but I don't know how planned it for me to aproach it. Sometimes semiotics generates less signs that intended.
Reply Alex Nodopaka
3:31 PM on May 13, 2013 
Each generation creates its own children and the vagina is as mysterious and original sight for them as it was for me and my friend Igor Mead (Medvedev... rest his soul) who really delved deep in the subject... no pun intended. I got far enough into it that I was influenced by Judy Chicago and created my own set of ceramic plates on the subject in the 1970's... the problem is that by such use I ate most of the impasto out and have saved a few for posterity... another posterior subject matter of posteriors to entertain!

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