Plus ca change http://www.renegadetribune.com/transhumanist-freakshow-art-patricia-piccinini/ interesting because of the negative response to this work by a publication that is: Renegade Tribune Available in English Created by Kyle Hunt Website www.renegadetribune.com Alexa rank Increase 77,269 (August 2018)[1] Launched 2012 Part of a series on Antisemitism Yellowbadge logo.svg Part of Jewish history Part of Discrimination History of antisemitism Timeline Reference Manifestations[show] Antisemitic canards[show] Antisemitic publications[show] Antisemitism on the Web[show] Persecution[show] Opposition[show] Category Category vte Renegade Tribune is an anti-Semitic, white separatist, holocaust denying, historical revisionist[2], white nationalist[3], and neo-Nazi[4] website established in 2012 by Kyle Hunt. The website, which is part of a larger brand known as Renegade Broadcasting, primarily focuses on white separatism and antisemitism[5]. In addition to white separatist and anti-Semitic ideology being posted on the website, it also offers content based on volkisch paganism and harsh criticism of other pagans for “wanting to ruin their bloodlines”.

The Transhumanist Freakshow Art of Patricia Piccinini

By Torchy Blane of The New Nationalist

They never will love where they ought to love, who do not hate where they ought to hate.” – Edmund Burke

Modern art galleries around the word proudly display the bizarre and perverse multi-medium works of Patricia Piccinini. Notably, John Podesta promotes her pieces and went so far as to help the Australian artist launch a show in 2005. She is also said to be the favorite artist of John’s brother, Tony Podesta. The two are major players in pushing the Overton Window within the art world.

The city of Canberra in 2013 commissioned Piccinini to design a Skywhale for its centenary year. She produced a hideous “hot air balloon in the shape of a tortoise-like animal featuring huge dangling udders made from four hectares of nylon.” The balloon cost city taxpayers $300,000. Obscene in every way.

In art, there is deliberate intention in everything. True art does certainly allow for imagination and fantasy. But for something to be classified as art, it should be appreciated primarily for its beauty or emotional power.

In a 2014 interview with the Sydney Morning Herald, Piccinini gave hints about her intent with her anti-nature, Luciferian, inverted artwork: “It’s about evolution, nature – how nature is such a wonderful thing, we’re just here to witness it, it’s not here for us – genetic engineering, changing the body.

Does this make any sense? Not to me.

Piccinini’s “art” illustrates an obsession with demons, children and genetically modified human-animal hybrids. It reeks of demonic pedophilia, showing monsters cuddling up children who just calmly accept it. The “artist” also appears to have an obsession with “rear ends” and scrotums.

Researchers interested in digging deeper may want to have a closer look at the galleries that promote her work: Roslyn Oxley Gallery, Bendigo Art Gallery, Monash University Museum of Art, Museum of Contemporary Art Sydney, Queensland Art Gallery and the Gallery of Modern Art.

As the saying goes, pictures speak louder than words. Here’s a sampling of her work.

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