Part of the hip pop exhibition
Initially exhibited by United Galleries Sydney as part of the 'HIP POP' exhibition, curated by Jonathan White. Inspired by Tom Wesselmann the American pop artist this show explores love, lust and the in-between of lovers past.
Writing on canvas reads - ' Framed by her pale face the blood of her previous victims still dripped from her lips. I wrapped my heart in a plastic bag and kissed her anyway. '
Writing on canvas reads - ' When I kissed her, whiskers pushed back. It was unexpected pepper, but I took from it a fond story'
Writing on canvas reads: 'My heart in a glass jar, saving it like a child with a piggy bank. Your kiss is like a hammer willing me to smash it open, but I don't but I do, but I won't, but your already gone. So I continue to save.
Writing on canvas reads: Sloppy and handsy, somehow we found each others lips. un-choreographed passion followed
Writing on canvas reads: ' the unfinished kiss'