Wednesday, 15 December 2010
Extract from Peter Sotos, Comfort and Critique:
"I'd draw fat naked men on the sides of the photos; quite often directly over the other girls. I like lip gloss on Anna and she tends to wear quite a lot of it. I'm absolutely sick of the differences between intention and interpretation. I want to create an art that is ideally shored. One that can't be misunderstood any longer. Not by the powers that want to see me jailed or by the fucking mice that pretend I'm doing something socially significant. I refuse to waste my time thinking about what not to say. And I refuse to keep on considering the retarded arguments of painters, photographers, and adolescent fetishists."