A plastic artist set up a huge sculpture of vulva in an old sugar factory in Brazil. There is a lot of ink to flow.
The daily Folha d’Salo reported that a vulture 33 meters high, 16 meters wide and six meters deep has been unveiled in the Brazilian state of Pernambuco. The Diva installation was created by visual artist Juliana Notari. In the middle of the old sugar factory, on the hill, it took 11 months and twenty men to complete it.
In a Facebook message, Visual Artist, who Feminism, Explains that it wants to question “the relationship between nature and culture in our postcentric and human-centered Western society.” She explains that her installation can look like a large wound like a vulva.
This installation has caused controversy on social networks. Some internet users have criticized the plastic artist for distorting the landscape and damaging the space by digging the ground to include her sculpture. The resin used for the installation was particularly hotly debated, Juliana Notary reported, despite the fact that the material did not come into contact with the ground, as reported by Folha de Spa.
Other internet users were amazed at the aesthetic value of the installation. Philosopher Olao de Carvalho, near President Bolsonaro, Especially on Twitter, noted his opposition. Congratulating the visual artist on the social network, director Kleber Mendonia said that unlike Filho, “reactions to her work are a mirror to society.”
In the full Bolsonaro years, Juliana Notary lived long enough to get men to make a 30m big cock in Jonah da Mata in Pernambuco. Reactions to work mirror, success. https://t.co/7Zou85kBtD
– Kleber Mendonia Filo (mekmendoncafilho) January 3, 2021
Juliana Notary had already introduced herself in 2014 in a video-performance called Mimoso, in which the artist allowed herself to be dragged naked on the beach by a buffalo. The video also shows her eating the animal’s raw testicles.
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