Spreading fear and mayhem in the visual arts.

Brendan Danielsson's "Diarrhainbow" & Jeremy Enecio's "Embodiments" in California

by Suzanne on August 14th, 2011


Violet by Brendan Danielsson, 2011 - click to enlarge

I'll keep this post brief because, well, it's Sunday and I cannot be arsed to type much and I honestly couldn't add anything of great significance to Brendan Danielsson's ingenious scatological eloquence anyway:

di•ar•rhain•bow

noun
An arch of colors formed in the sky in certain circumstances, caused by the refraction and dispersion of the sun's light by a spray of liquid feces violently discharged from the bowels and dispersed into the atmosphere.

Why don't all artist's statements read like this, ffs?!

Diarrhainbow opened yesterday at CoproNason on 2525 Michigan Ave in Santa Monica and remains on show until September 3. You can preview the entire show here.

In very related news, I stumbled upon a fantastic zine by Reasonable Person that deals with the serious issue of "super diarrhea". Nice introductory words on the first pages, forsho.

Also, and in completely other news, the fantastic Jeremy Enecio is currently showing a new body of work under the title Embodiments at Gallery Nucleus on 10 East Main St, Alhambra. You can preview the show here - it runs until August 29.


Fauna by Jeremy Enecio, acrylic and oil on paper, 2011 - click to enlarge

... and finally, for no reason other than keeping the nets as nonsensical and WTF as possible, I bring you The First Rap Song To Be Performed In The UK (Look Around You)...

... and Tales of the Riverbank...

BAI.