June 3, 2014

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                 Animal KILLER Artist!

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STOP Nathalia Edenmont's ART

http://www.change.org/de/Petitionen/galerie-der-stadt-tuttlingen-ausstellungsverbot-für-nathalia-edenmont?recruiter=7714132&utm_campaign=twitter_link_action_box&utm_medium=twitter&utm_source=share_petition


Stop Tate Liverpool Using Live Animals As Art 

http://www.thepetitionsite.com/175/334/915/stop-tate-liverpool-using-live-animals-as-art/#bbtw=792951071


Stop Adel Abdessemed's Exhibition in Mathaf

http://www.avaaz.org/en/petition/Stop_Adel_Abdessemeds_Exhibition_in_Mathaf/?wtonkcb


https://www.facebook.com/pages/Stop-Adel-Abdessemed-and-Mathafs-Animal-Cruelty/468175103298693


No Live Animals in Art: Animal Cruelty is Not Artistic - ForceChange 

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No opere di Damien Hirst - Arezzo/No works of Damien Hirst at ArezzoNo opere di Damien Hirst ad Arezzo 

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                Makai no Kazetaka  

                      (Wind Hawk of Hell) in Japan


 






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                        Florian Mehnert

                              


Web users given power to kill a rat with their phones as part of an 'art project'  


Florian Mehnert, 44, began broadcasting webcam shots of the rat with a gun pointed into its enclosure on Saturday

Web users are to be given the power to kill a rat at the click of a button in an “art project” designed to draw attention to the use of unmanned fighter drones.

Its fate will be decided on March 24, when the gun will be loaded.

The site says: “The rat can then be killed by any smartphone, from any computer on the internet.”

Mehnert, from Freiburg in Germany, said: “People can do this anonymously.

“Who knows? Maybe the rat will live. I want to draw attention to global digital surveillance, the use of fighter drones.”

n a poll of whether the animal should live or die, only half of those who had taken part said it should be spared.

Mehnert has also received a barrage of protest e-mails and even a death threat on the internet.

He said: "People are more concerned for the rat than their personal freedom or for the welfare of children in crisis areas around the world.

"They should write to their government and not to me!"


                                     Kill a rat: The art installation

                                                                

http://www.florianmehnert.de


11 TAGE 
interaktive Installation, 2015,

Das Kunstexperiment “11 TAGE” untersucht die Folgen der Überwachung, den Einsatz von ferngesteuerten bewaffneten Drohnen.
Die Laborratte wird über einen live webcam stream permanent überwacht. Nach Ablauf des Countdowns von 11 Tagen am 24.03.15 um 19.00h (CET), wird die steuerbare Waffe scharf geschaltet. Die Ratte kann dann von jedem Smartphone, von jedem Computer aus über das Internet getötet werden.
#elftage.florianmehnert.de 

http://11days.florianmehnert.de



Rattenexperiment gegen "totale Überwachung"

Florian Mehnert's another Art

 

  



Katinka Simonse 

http://youtu.be/tZTujXn8hAIhttp://youtu.be/tZTujXn8hAI





Adel Abdessemed

Adel Abdessemed (born 1971 in Constantine, Algeria) is a conceptual artist who lives and works in Paris, France. He is represented by David Zwirner, New York, Dvir Gallery, Tel Aviv and Christine König Galerie, Vienna.

October 13, 2013 - SHABINA S. KHATRI -  The Qatar Museums Authority is standing by a controversial film on display at the Arab Museum of Modern Art (Mathaf) following a number of complaints about its content. Titled “Printemps,” or “spring” in French, the video depicts several chickens screaming while appearing to be on fire as they hang against a wall.
Abdessemed is criticized by animal rights activists who say the animal cruelty depicted in his artwork has been inflicted for the sake of the exhibits. His video "Usine" showing pit bulls, roosters, scorpions, snakes and spiders trapped in a pen ripping each other apart, was shot in Mexico where animal fighting is legal. 

His media exhibit "Don't Trust Me," which was supposed to be viewed at the San Francisco Art Institute, shows horses and other animals as they are slaughtered for consumption, was also shot in Mexico. Along with a variety of other elements, the show included a series of video loops of animals being bludgeoned to death with a sledgehammer blow on the head in front of a brick wall. The animals killed included a pig, goat, deer, ox, horse and sheep. Protests and death threats caused the exhibit to be cancelled 5 days after opening day.

Although the artist had [presumably] just filmed the atrocities at a Mexican farm, viewers of the video questioned what his role was in the violence against animals.

Abdessemed issued a statement in response but refused to justify, excuse or contextualize the killings, instead declaring his commitment to preserve the status of “an act of slaughter,” full stop, “without spectacularization and without dramatization.” 

"Don't Trust Me est une vidéo dont j'ai la responsabilité pleine et entière dans sa conception, production et diffusion. Don't Trust Me est une œuvre que j'ai volontairement voulu dans la représentation d'un acte d'abattement d'animaux (…) Dans le cas où l'œuvre poserait des problèmes insurmontables à une structure qui a choisi de l'exposer,  je préfère mettre un terme à l'exposition plutôt que de trouver une parade aux polémiques par des justifications mensongères." 

Abdessemed's artwork was a principal factor in the creation of the Humanitarian Art Ordinance, written by a San Francisco attorney Christine Garcia and passed in March 2009 by the Greater Valley Glen Council in Southern California. The motion was subsequently referred to the Los Angeles City Council for further consideration. The ordinance (that you can read below) says artwork should be deemed illegal when the artist has caused, created or contributed to the crime of animal abuse for the purpose of his or her creation of the media or exhibit.



Reid Peppard  Animals used for taxidermy items have died from natural or unpreventable causes.


Reid Peppard, working under the moniker RP/Encore, creates bespoke ethical taxidermy artworks and jewellery based on intricate casts of the teeth, bones and organs of the animals she works with.

The pieces created are rich in narrative and beautifully conceived, designed to not only adorn, but to foster debate and spark conversation about the things we wear, why we wear them and where they come from.

The London based studio was started in 2009 by Peppard, whose fascination with taxidermy led her to study the craft under a master taxidermist in Yorkshire England, and moved to Los Angeles California in 2013.

Please Note: All jewellery sold on this website is made from solid sterling silver or 22ct gold plated solid sterling silver. No animal products are included in any jewellery items unless otherwise noted (as in the case of the pigeon wing pieces). Animals used for taxidermy items have died from natural or unpreventable causes.






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TESSA FARMER 
Artworks created by Tessa Farmer uses animal corpses. 

The great-granddaughter of the influential Welsh fantasy writer Arthur Machen, Tessa Farmer was born in 1978 in Birmingham and lives and creates in London. She works with sculptural installation, stop-motion animation and drawing to explore the fantastical world of a species of insect-sized malevolent skeletal fairies that have existed since the late 1990s. Not surprisingly, she acknowledges that her great-grandfather's fiction has been an important influence upon her own work.
Tessa Farmer studied Fine Art at The University of Oxford, where she received a BFA and MFA from the Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art. In 2007 she was artist in residence at London's The Natural History Museum, and she was nominated for The Times/The South Bank Show Breakthrough Award.



  





Nathalia Edenmont 

Madonna of Life and Death

Nathalia Edenmont (°1970) is a photographer born in Ukraine. She went to school in Stockholm after she was orphaned.




Honduras Biennial
For the 2008 Honduras Biennial, artist Guillermo Vargas paid children to capture an unfortunate street hound, chain it to a wall and, seemingly, allow it to starve to near death until it allegedly escaped. An enraged internet media storm erupted. The artist was removed from the 2008 Honduras Biennial and charged with animal cruelty. Or that was the initial story. On the wall, the signage “Eres Lo Que Lees” (“You Are What You Read”) was written in dog food. Apparently, the dog was only tied up for three hours a day and was fed regularly. The artist manipulated the media firestorm himself. He pointed out that no visitor tried to free or feed the dog; he drew a parallel to a recent death of a burglar who was mauled by dogs as the police stood by and watched, to point out the hypocrisy in the media. That’s clever and reassuring, but doesn’t the image of this dog, tethered, tattered and scared still tug at your heartstrings?

Costa Rican ‘artist’ is alleged to have paid some children to chase and catch an abandoned dog. He is said to have tied the animal by a very short rope to the wall of an art gallery in Managua and left it there for several days, without food or water, until it died.
During this time, many people visited the art gallery, paying absolutely no attention to the torment of the dying dog.

Guillermo Vargas, Exposition No. 1. 


What Guillermo Habacuc Vargas says about it...



Damien Hirst


Wim Delvoye

“Instead of producing art I wanted to harvest it,” explains Belgian artist Wim Delvoye, inking these pigs with Louis Vuitton logos and Russian prison tattoo-inspired designs on Yang Zhen’s Art Farm China in 2011. Though the pigs were under anaesthetic while tattooed, they are beingheld down in the unsettling photographs of the sessions. There are also heartwarming photos of them happily rummaging around a green forest afterward, where they “snuffle the undergrowth” and roll around in wild muck. Sure, that’s better than awaiting death in a slaughterhouse. But in the end, some of these guys are getting stuffed and some have their skin peeled to be stretched over canvases for sale.


Wim Delvoye’s pigs at Art Farm Cina, Beijing

©Studio Wim Delvoye

The artist sees the pig as an investment, a piggy bank, literally. Sporting Louis Vuitton logos and Disney princesses, Delvoye’s live pigs were tattooed as piglets and grew along with their marks. Like Cloaca, art collectors could choose to buy either live tattooed pigs or taxidermied dead ones. Buyers can purchase a pig and let it grow old on the farm. After its death, they can ‘harvest’ the skin. The pigs are not killed for their skin, but they live in order to produce the live canvas that is their skin. They are live objects of consumption as soon as the ink decorates their backs, but they can only be materially possessed after their death. Delvoye imitates the concept of economic growth by assigning a ‘value’ to the pigs. The ink drawings on their backs enlarge as the pigs grow bigger, and as their shapes change, so do their tattoos. Here, the artist deals with various contemporary issues such as the globalisation of the meat industry, the pursuit of profit and the transformation of animals into consumer goods. Unsurprisingly, Delvoye’s Art Farm has provoked strong controversy: several animal rights organisations protested and the artist was banned from art fairs for his work.

The Belgian artist Wim Delvoye has been tattooing pigs since the 1990s. In the early 21st century a tattooed pigs project was set up in the Art Farm in China, where there are fewer strictures regarding animal welfare than in most parts of the Western world.



Marco Evaristti

In 2000, provocative artist Marco Evaristti installed ten blenders filled with water and live goldfish at the Trapholt Art Museum in Denmark to challenge the ethics of his audience. In Helena, “the audience members became arbiters over life and death in a situation where it was crystal clear what would happen if they pressed the button.” Two buttons were pushed, but the courts decided that the deaths were not prolonged and so, not inhumane. Does that sound comforting? Would you push the button?


The video below shows a commercial for the Aarhus Museum, one of the museums where Helena was diplayed.



Marco Evaristti, Helena

Amber Hansen

Artist Amber Hansen’s 2012 Chicken Run was the spectacle that never was, so we have no gory picture for you to ponder over. Instead, imagine this: Lawrence, Kansas. Five chickens are clucking in a public coop where visitors can get close to them, get to know them, and see them as real live beasts. Then, they watch them get slaughtered, cooked, and served. Then, they eat them. The Story of Chickens: A Revolution was meant to demonstrate that meat isn’t just food, but it was banned on charges of animal cruelty. Meanwhile, more discrete rituals of mass meat production continue.

http://flavorwire.com/279255/art-with-live-animals


ARTIST BANNED FROM SLAUGHTERING CHICKENS

By Marina Galperin

Officials in eastern Kansas won’t let artist Amber Hansen slaughter chickens in public anymore. She planned to install coops around Lawrence so the people can bond with the birds and see them more as more than livestock… and then watch the butchering. Yet, the horror show has been curbed for allegations of animal cruelty and bird code violations. 


“If people choose to eat meat, it is an important process to witness,” says the butcheress.


“It is a process that takes place on a mass scale every day, and we aren’t really allowed to see it.” ‘Cause…





Andrew Lancaster

FAR FROM PURRRFECT: Controversial taxidermist sparks ANOTHER animal-lover outrage selling ‘cat-skin’ rug online

The feline floor covering, made by unconventional taxidermist Andrew Lancaster from the carcass of a dead cat found on the side of a New Zealand highway, sold for $955 on auction site TradeMe.



Bloody Man:
The Ritual Art of Hermann Nitsch
  1. Hermann Nitsch is an Austrian artist who works in experimental and multimedia modes. Born in Vienna, Nitsch received training in painting when studied at the Wiener Graphische Lehr-und Versuchanstalt, during which time he was drawn to religious art. 
  2. Born : August 29, 1938  Vienna, Austria

Nitsch performance in photos





A pizza chain in New Zealand has sparked an online row after nailing hundreds of rabbit pelts to a billboard to advertise its new Easter Pizza.

To raise awareness of the smoked wild rabbit-topped dish, Hell Pizza covered billboards throughout the country in the animal skins with the tagline: 'Made from real rabbit. Like this billboard.'

Inevitably, online commentators took to social media sites to either vent their anger or defend the chain.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2605305/Outrage-Rabbit-Pizza-restaurant-advertises-billboard-REAL-rabbit-skins.html


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Controversial Works of Art Using Live Animals http://flavorwire.com/279255/art-with-live-animals

If you salivate at the sight of bacon, would you be OK with watching a squirming pig being tattooed? If the thought of eating animal flesh sickens you, do you hate the very idea of using live animals in art, or can you justify it if the art is good? Do you feel more sympathy for a horse, a dog, or a goldfish? Some calls are easier to make than others, but there’s a bit of an ethical grey area when it comes to live animals in art. Check out our brief survey of works and the creatures that made them possible, and find your own gradient of sensitivity. Where do you stand?

http://www.avaaz.org/en/petition/Stop_Adel_Abdessemeds_Exhibition_in_Mathaf/?wtonkcb

http://www.change.org/de/Petitionen/galerie-der-stadt-tuttlingen-ausstellungsverbot-für-nathalia-edenmont?recruiter=7714132&utm_campaign=twitter_link_action_box&utm_medium=twitter&utm_source=share_petition

27 comments:

  1. Thank you for sharing valuable information. Nice post. I enjoyed reading this post. The whole blog is very nice found some good stuff and good information here Thanks..Also visit my page. animal welfare One of our most important tasks is educating the public about the critical difference between animal rights and animal welfare.

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  2. THIS IS AWFUL, THIS IS SICK, THIS IS NOT ART, ART IS SHOWING , BEAUTIFUL THINGS, NOT ALL THAT AMOUNT OF ATROCITIES.YOU MUST ALL BE LOCKED UP AND THE KEY THROWN AWAY FOREVER.

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  3. amazing that we live in a world full of so many atrocities..... and yet we believe that these same atrocities are acceptable when labelled as Art??? What madness there is in the world...... SO sad that our kids will see this.
    Although I must say is takes a world full of people who do nothing ... to allow evil to exist.... Who went to the art show..... who saw that poor dog and did nothing?
    Just try coming to England ...... coz I would cut that rope and walk that poor creature out !!!!

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  4. This is degenerate art and should be banned entirely. I will be lobbying a ban in the UK and my Movement/ Party will now be adopting this and integrating this ban as part of our Animal Rights Review from 2013. Those who do this type of "art" and think its ok, I think need the very least psychiatric evaluation and if thats fine then full criminal charges with no deminished capacity as an excuse. We are Patriotic Socialists and oppose this human attack on the animal kingdom. www.facebook.com/SocialistRevolutionaryParty

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  5. Ich könnte nur noch kotzen, das schlimmste Monster dieses Planeten ist der Mensch, ich schäme mich dieser Gattung anzu gehören. Ekel erregend.

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  6. Ебанутые!

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  7. These artists need to be put in prison for life

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  8. Monstre de L'Humanité a Mettre Comme Cobaye Dans La Vivisèction Cette Ordure Dèmoniaque !!

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  9. tarés!
    prison!
    peine de mort!

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  10. Somebody needs to make "art" out of these no-talent useless pieces of human garbage and put their dismembered corpses up for the world to see.

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  11. IHR SEID SO BASTARDE / MÖRDER ECKEL ERREGEN !!!!! MALDITOS SEAN Y TODA SUS FAMILIARES !!!!!! LES GUSTARIA QUE HIZIERAN ESO CON ELLOS ??? SERIA ARTE DEJAR A SUS FAMILIARES DE ESA FORMA ????? USTEDES SON DEPRAVADOS MENTALES TOTALMENTE ASQUEROZOS::::: INCONCIENTES MAL NACIDOS !!!! PUDRANCEN EN EL INFIERNO

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  12. bastards, junkies, stupid bitches........this are artists or druggeds??!!!!!!!!..........to jail with you, bastards

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  13. Sick persons..more ill are the people who are goning to see the atrocities ! Prison for all of them !!!

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  14. Bastart- elendich sollt ihr an eurem eigenen Blut ersticken, und für das was ihr da tut in der Hölle schmoren.

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  15. Bastart, elendich sollt ihr an eurem eigenen Blut ersticken, und für die Qualen die ihr diesen armen Geschöpfen zufügt in der Hölle schmoren.

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  16. So sick! That´s no art! It´s HORROR and these "artists" are monsters! BASTARDS!!

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  17. These are not people! This bastards! They should ignore and despise the society. Who could give birth to these monsters? They live among us? Where to watch the Supreme Mind?

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  18. THIS IS NOTHING LESS THAN WITCHCRAFT, PURE EVIL.

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  19. THIS IS NOTHING LESS THAN WITCHCRAFT, PURE EVIL.

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  20. FROM THE LOOK UPON THEIR FACES,ESPECIALLY THE LAST ONE,IT IS OBVIOUS THAT THEY ARE PRODUCTS OF INCEST AND FILTHY GOAT-FUCKERS.THEY WERE FUCKING WITH THEIR MOTHERS(GOAT) AND THAT'S THE WAY THEY WERE TAUGHT.MAY THEY PUT A KNIFE INSIDE THEIR ASS TO COMMIT SUICIDE.THIS WOULD BE THEIR OWN DONATION TO MANKIND

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  21. THE ONE WHO MISTREAT AN INNOCENT LIVING BEING FOR WHATEVER REASON CANNOT BE A GOOD PERSON.
    THE GOOD THIN IS THAT JUSTICE WILL REACH THEM AND IS NOT GOING TO BE PRETTY REWARD.FOR ALL THOSE ABUSERS YOU WILL GET WHAT YOU DESERVE IFNOT IN THIS LIFE FOR IN THE AFTERLIFE BUT YOU WILL FACE JUSTICE BECAUSE THE ABUSE THAT YOU DO IS UNSANE AND IS JUST NOT RIGHT AN FOR ANY MEANS NOT NICE.
    I WISH JUSTICE FOR THE INNOCENTS THAT YOU ABUSE AND NOT MERCY FOR YOUR SOULS.

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  22. Это не допустимо. Проверить у врачей и полечить таких людей надо ...вместе с поклонниками их извращений.

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  23. I have so much disdain and disgust for the human race.

    You know these films where it's a 'the end of the world' scenario? (how arrogant, it's only the end for humans, I'm sure the World won't miss us), well, I think it'd spare a lot of suffering for our fellow earthlings.

    This all off the back of trying to find out how I can help petition the end of the disgusting practice of 'live sushi'. You keep digging and you just discover more and more things about the human race which dismay and disgust.

    Thoroughly ashamed, angered, bewildered, frustrated. I want to help, somehow, want the suffering of innocent lives to end, feel so alone and don't know where to even begin.

    Where do we start?

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    1. Thank you. Your comment. I know. So distructio. I also seeking for a long time.
      We need just telling to peaple contenue now.

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  24. They have a huge mental problems, they need to be placed in a psychiatric hospital for a life.

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  25. I'm not amused. But I'm sad for such a kind of attitude, which some humans have in their view to animals. It is badly necessarily, that people, who wants stronger animal rights in the world, getting more endeavour to force the governments for creating stronger laws. A miserable moral attitude, which is shown here, shouldn't longer be allowed, 'cause in a moral relation it is criminal and nothing else, of course no artwork, at least a big shame for our intelligent species.

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