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The Brooklyn Museum of Arts Sensation exhibit redefined that art in any form is and always will be the highest form of expression The exhibit in my opinion is strangely interesting and the diversity between individualism is very apparent The many works proved the exhibits name Sensation to be just that The images stay consistent of mutants preserved sea monsters human blood genitalia and an abundance of death I was left pondering over the vivid imaginations and distorted thoughts of the young artists and especially Chris Ofili Jake and Dinos Chapmans Great Deeds Against the Dead showed great similarities to that of Francisco Goyas Saturn Devouring One of His Sons Both works imply horrific torture in the form of cannibalism and the beauty of it lies in the disbelief that it could never happen when in reality forms of cannibalism do and have existed I found the Chapmans DNA Zygotic and Tragic Anatomies to be very strange but at the same time it made me think about the possibility of something like this ever coming true considering science has been in a sense playing God with their continued experimentations with cloning Marc Quinns Self a life-size sculpture of his own head and created out of nine pints of his own frozen blood is what I consider to be taking right to expression a little far Is Quinn someone who gets pleasure out of pain or is his intention focused on the fact that he is the art The Plan by artist Jenny Saville is a painting of a nude woman that is not the norm for my generations idea of sensuality I found it to be alot like that of Sandro Botticellis The Birth of Venus because Venus is portrayed as a divine goddess which wasnt measured physically but on a spiritual basis Ron Muecks Mask showed beautiful detail in the face of the apparently aggravated man but it
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