Lizard King

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‘I am the Lizard King
I can do anything
I can make the earth stop in its tracks
I made the blue cars go away

sun sun sun

burn burn burn

MOON, MOON, MOON

i will get you

soon, soon, soon

i am the lizard king

i can do anything

-The Doors –

Celebration Of The Lizard

photos of this work courtesy : Val Wessels

Like a fish out of water…

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Like a fish out of water (detail) embroidered rubber

I stumbled on a very disturbing article on the internet a couple of days ago…

http://news.nationalgeographic.com/2017/10/bleaching-sea-anemones-clownfish-nemo-global-warming-climate-change-hormones/

When anemones bleach, Nemo and pals get stressed out and simply stop laying eggs, according to new research published Tuesday in the journal Nature Communications. And scientists suspect that pattern may hold for untold numbers of other fish nurtured by either corals or anemones. -National geographic-

“She does not hold water” Cotton thread embroidery and rubber

and in this case she does not hold good news. But hopefully all is not lost, since the headline of the article in the National Geographic uses the word “MAY” which to me indicates that there is still hope. Nature has her way to adapt. #comehellorhighwater

xxx

Photographs courtesy of Lizamore gallery.

Photographer: JP Hanekom

Come hell or high water…opening night

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What I wore: rubber collar in collaboration with the Tailor: William Mills from Stilbaai

A big thank you to everyone who came to the opening of Come Hell or High Water at Lizamore & Associates gallery on the 5th of October!

With Teresa Lizamore at Lizamore & Associates gallery

Images courtesy of the gallery – Lizamore & Associates

Rubber collar: a collaboration with the Tailor: William Mills

Boots: Heels to Heaven

Vintage lace dress: a gift from my friend Camille Haupt

Incognito…Installation images

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Today is the last day to catch Incognito at MContemporary gallery, so I thought it will be a good day to share some installation views form the exhibition with you, especially for those of you who cannot make it to Australia:

“Once we’re alone in Cognito,

We’ll remove all of our clothes very fast,

But though we be naked as jaybirds,

At no time will we take off our masks”

-Tom Robbins