Tuesday, 19 June 2012

Tiny Toilet Mouthpiece

I’d planned to make a miniature toilet (it was before I’d heard of Duchamp); a toilet designed for lips rather than buttocks: a toilet mouthpiece; a toilet you could blow into with blown-out cheeks. In other words, a toilet like all other toilets, if you swapped buttocks for lips. Cracks are usually pressed onto toilets, but I’d planned to insert my miniature toilet-mouthpiece, sideways, into a crack in a rocky outcrop. Blown into, the toilet would inflate the small outcrop - blow it up - into a big crag, a cliff, even.
Sir Cliff once played Heathcliff, in Wuthering Heights. Here’s Cliff - Caspar David Friedrich style – on top of a cliff. But is it true, that Cliff has no need for even the tiniest of toilets? Does Cliff really wear a bag? 

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