Joining in the jack-off party

Henrik Olesen, Pre Post: Speaking Backwards:
A central reflection in sexual politics has always been about the position of “others” and the
question of who may speak about the “other.” When I try to index a piece like Seedbed—and
its symbolic positioning of other bodies within the Conceptual art movement—there seems to
be a plain disagreement in the rules of the sexual-bodily exchange. As a gay man it doesn’t
make any sense that you are not supposed to join in when you enter a jack-off party.
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Jamie Atherton

Jamie Atherton is an artist living and working in London.

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