Clayton’s Corner: Kembra’s “Fuck Island” at Participant

Posted on: September 24th, 2012 at 11:24 am by and
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A couple weeks ago, Kembra Pfahler’s “Fuck Island” debuted at Participant Inc., the showroom headquartered at 253 East Houston. Gallery press materials describe the exhibit as follows:

“Fuck Island” is a protest anthem, love song, and manifesto written for her band, The Voluptuous Horror of Karen Black. As Pfahler describes this song-as- exhibtion: “It’s the first annual Karen Black cock festival. But it’s really more like a happy funeral. We are celebrating the death of the patriarch, and you are all party to this secret.”

Clayton Patterson was there opening night capturing the shenanigans. Have a looksy in our gallery below:

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For more on Clayton, head over to his website.

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