Her art can exist without it. Can digital work, meant to be liked and reshared, be considered art? Does going viral delegitimize artistic value?
Stephanie Sarley plays with her food. Then she posts it online. The year-old Bay Area artist is known for her provocative pictures of fruit—which have caught on in a big way: She hasInstagram followers and counting.
Colourful, sweet, exotic, classic, surprising…! Very simple and complex fruit at the same time, it is not like a banana where you can open it up. I had Durian yesterday, it is representative of Singapore. Especially when we talk about women and their pleasure
The female voice is finally being heard. We had the opportunity to catch up with Stephanie to talk feminism, sexuality, censorship, and her upcoming exhibit at The San Diego Art Institute. Art Zealous: For our readers who are not familiar with your work, tell us about what you do and how you got started?
In these astroglide ads, women and men? And Andrew sent these Puma ads found here look closely :. NEW Feb.
Nobody asked for this, but you're getting it anyway. Also, despite what this article may imply, I urge you, I implore you, to not fuck fruit. Or at least to not put it back into the bowl after you're done with it.
You might not recognize Stephanie Sarley's name, but there's a You see, she once made a lemon orgasm from stroking it, and caught the whole thing on camera. In fact, fingering fruit is what has made the multimedia artist famous, and provoked much-needed conversation for our sexually repressed and obsessed society.