America’s Favorite Lady (Katie Bush) presents her summer long, soul-damning art exhibition ‘Seeking to Destroy Families & Faith’. In this two-part series, the artist erects a colossal pesticide-riddled harvest of family shattering digital content, so disagreeable in its homophobic vs. heterophobic nature, she was forced to separate it into two quarrelling geographic locations.
On one side of the city, (June - Sept 1, 2010 12- 6pm/most days), Mojuju Tatu is home to an arousing 190 sq. foot display of kaleidoscopic socio-sexual marital mayhem. Fourteen large format digital prints push these United States further and further down the depravity ladder; as pant-less wonderbeings projectile vomit beauty rays onto rainbow resistant churches and wrestle their way through plumes of morally delicate love squadrons trampling over dehydrated sunburned lesbian babies. Much to the merriment of many a learn’ed contemporary art lover, this massive aesthetic scourge is made all the more horrible by Miss Bush’s psychedelic pixel explosions of defective plutonium-tipped integrity missiles cocked firmly toward any and all promiscuous looking skin-colored lady parts. Is there any better way to celebrate summer?
The second installment of ‘Seeking to Destroy Families & Faith’ happens at night July 4th-30th, at ATA’s Right Window Gallery. Here, a glistening anti-family sculpture of non-air conditioned minivans bathe in a light so homosexually charged, it could split the very core of Hell wide open. With cyclopean focus, Miss Bush has created a sexually selfish environ that tests the backbone of our national heritage. Concerned citizens may begin preemptively pounding on their breastplates of judgment, to avoid being pelvically stimulated by this distasteful stockpile of unnatural love.
Heralded as a modern day digital sweetheart, Katie Bush is a Prop-8-hating visual terrorist (with a heart of gold). She received an MFA in New Genres from the San Francisco Art Institute and has been exhibiting her digital & analog art works globally since 1992. Her illustrations have been published in Dazed & Confused, The British Medical Journal, BoingBoing, Art XX (Aorta), Rhizome and her website Destroyevil.com continues to enchant morally upright citizens in over 194 countries and America.
PART A Large Format, Anti-gay/Anti-Straight Digital Prints Mojuju Tatu, 11 Pearl St, San Francisco, Exhibition runs June - Sept 1, 2010
PART B Minivan-centric Anti-Family Night Installation, ATA Right Window Gallery, 992 Valencia St, San Francisco, Exhibition runs Sunday, July 4th to July 30, 2010