PARA CAMBIAR, AL PRI HAY QUE CAGAR
(TO CHANGE, YOU HAVE TO SHIT THE PRESIDENT)
MEXICO CITY, MEXICO • 2012
"Boliver's work is abject art on a first level when with her material body she focuses the attention of his actions on his vagina and/or anus, and uses secretions such as urine, ejaculations, blood, excrement, pubic hair, or the sound that comes out from her body. Abjection as an aesthetic category shares a critical position regarding the sign as univocal, the constitution of the subject under a fixed identity and the hegemonic place of the art-institution. Abjection as an aesthetic category can be seen as a critical look at the asepsis of conceptual art, at the washed and anesthetic of the conceptual. Abject art erupted with the need to make a violent recovery of the humors of the body, of its secretions and excrement, of the abnormal, of the sexual, of the bizarre, of death, of the sinister."