The South Projects’ latest Project launched last night at Westspace.
It is a big impressive book, with many thoughtful words in different languages, and pictures, 382 pages of them. It flew off the shelves, not just because it was being flogged for a special discounted launch price, but I think because the punters couldn’t wait to get it out of the plastic and see what was inside. If your art career has made you economically challenged, you can access the Southern magic at mappingsouth.net for free.
Social Pages starlet Salote Tawale graces the back cover, looking as regal as ever as the Princess of her own domain.
I developed a new technique for putting a smile on my model’s dial. It’s called Performance Photography and involves a short skirt and a spread-eagled stance as I capture the likeness of the chosen ones, for posting onto the world wide web.
I also met a woman doing a PhD in Rebellion and I didn’t know you could do that.
“Can you do that?” I asked her, aiming the camera.
“I can do whatever the fuck I want!! Now close your legs, stand up straight and take the picture!”