«By eat­ing an ap­ple, you’re eat­ing the scenery.»

In this interview by Simon Harder, Sabian Baumann discusses how s_he and the collaborating performers tried to conceptually and performatively queer nude drawing and its connected patriarchal understandings of art based on unquestioned dualisms. Their class Body–Spirit/Mind–Scenery. A Body, which is not a body. Queer-Feminist Nude Drawing explicitly focused on gender issues. However, the resulting drawings weren’t as explicit, but rather imaginatively and medially convincing.

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