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Sick Bitch Crip Dance / 30 September 2013

It is an absolute drain on one’s resources, having to meet strict deadlines, accept commissions and say yes to every invitation, but the good news is I have managed to surreptitiously miss a month of composing my cutting-edge text.

The DAO fan base was frozen in time and made no demands on me to update this blog. So despite the severe lack of interest here are my latest irresistible musings.

I was recently invited to be an ArtsAdmin associate artist – which of course I accepted with little or no hesitation.

On the 3rd of October from 6pm until 10pm I will be one of the selected artists showing a film At the Nunnery, London, please click on this link for details:

SBC (SickBitchCrip) are currently jigging overseas, apparently somewhere in Canada in a virtual Cripping Cyberspace contemporary online gallery. For more details please click on this link.

Cripping Cyberspace: A Contemporary Virtual Art Exhibition, probably the most accessible gallery in the world.  Read all about Sick Bitch Crip ‘Dance’ and experience their latest video. Watch those digitally manipulated Bitches, smash, bang, twist and spin.

SBC's bespoke designs are driven by sickly disability, overindulgence, fags, booze, greed and branding. They have mutated into three entities; Sick, Bitch and Crip. Their crippled profiles are absurdly preposterous and their online presence has gone viral. They are in a complete world of their own, albeit a virtual one.

My website has survived a fantastic makeover. To go there please click on this link.

Finally SBC insist that they are at their most creatively fecund when listening intensively to the incomparable voice of Demis Roussos haranguing ‘Forever and Ever’ on vinyl.

Keywords: visual arts