Kinetic Painting/ Fuses and Viet-Flakes

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Artist: Carolee Schneemann

Year: 1960's

Date of Action:

Region: North America

Subject: Explicit Sexuality, Sexual/Gender Orientation

Medium: Film Video

Confronting Bodies:

Description of Artwork: “Schneemann's self-shot erotic film remains a controversial classic. "The notorious masterpiece... a silent celebration in colour of heterosexual love making. The film unifies erotic energies within a domestic environment through cutting, superimposition and layering of abstract impressions scratched into the celluloid itself... Fuses succeeds perhaps more than any other film in objectifying the sexual streamings of the body's mind"

The Incident: Video was banned multiple times.

Results of Incident: Not provided yet.