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Shoe Attacks 2011-2015
Shoe throwing incidents in contemporary art.

Inspired after the shoe that was thrown at George W. Bush in 2008 by an Iraqi journalist, Shoe Attacks is an ongoing series, an installation of paintings and collected mass media footage. Real shoes are stuck into canvases, and/or thrown at the canvases as a form vandalization, referencing hyper-active, mass media tension, commercial competition, and consumption of TV imagery as everyday commodity. Juxtaposed with the literal attack of shoes, the paintings and videos depict absurdly funny traumatic imagery created by a mundane object, referencing a similar attitude in which mass media get consumed blindly, people get bombarded with images; they get shoed at every channel.
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