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Book Six — 

                            The Art of the Body : A Body of Art

2019
  1. Brooke Candy 
  2. Fee Lion  
  3. Margalida Maria Crespi
  4. Brooks Adalioryn AVAILABLE JUNE 1, 2019
  5. Sheree Rose AVAILABLE JUNE 1, 2019
  6. Jasmine Mendoza AVAILABLE JUNE 1, 2019
  7. Charlie She AVAILABLE JUNE 1, 2019 
  8. Leah Pipes Meltzer AVAILABLE JUNE 1, 2019
  9. Marie Segolene AVAILABLE JUNE 1, 2019
  10. Allison Morris AVAILABLE JUNE 1, 2019
  11. Emilia Nicholson FajardoAVAILABLE JUNE 1, 2019
  12. Sira Kante AVAILABLE JUNE 1, 2019
  13. Kay Hoffman AVAILABLE JUNE 1, 2019
  14. Felix Ruiz AVAILABLE JUNE 1, 2019
  15. Yassa AVAILABLE JUNE 1, 2019
  16. Heather Reese AVAILABLE JUNE 1, 2019
  17. Elena Velez AVAILABLE JUNE 1, 2019
  18. Stephanie Creaghan AVAILABLE JUNE 1, 2019
  19. Lola AVAILABLE JUNE 1, 2019
  20. Marissa Bohkari
  21. Cory Rice
  22. Amber Rehler
  23. Corinne


Past Issues under construction
20
15 to 2018
  1. Issue Five AMUSE BOUCHE 2018
  2. Issue Four under construction*
  3. Issue Three under construction*
  4. Issue Two under construction*
  5. Issue One under construction*


Exhibitionsunder construction
Info
  1. Fleur de Sel (2018)
  2. Amuse Bouche (2018)
  3. Letters from a Young Epona (2018)


Mark


1. Brooke Candy


Photography by — Ana Sting 


                                    Interview by — Ines Kovacevic Gill


“...I think we’re moving into a time of more sensuality and a bit more thoughtfulness and bit more of a feminist perspective – a feminine gaze..”
(Brooke Candy)
               
Brooke Candy / 2019
from Glamour Girl Book 6
The Art of the Body

           
   
When did you career start to include your mission for feminism? Was it always there?

My career started to include feminism from Day 1, which I think was in 2012. That was when I worked with Grimes and I put out my first three videos. Being a woman and being raised in a family with all brothers and being treated differently than them and seeing that they got a lot more than I did growing up was hard. They received a lot more attention, they got more material possessions. And as a woman, it’s innate within your DNA, it’s a cellular response… we’re all just kind of angry. So, it was very organic to be that feminist from the start which started a long time ago. I’m getting fucking old. Not really I’m still in my ‘20s but it just feels like… fuck!


You’ve spoken about your obsession with the concept of duality - can you elaborate?

I have a tiny obsession with duality but it’s more of a realization that without diving into the depths of our despair and darkness, we will never really understand what bliss is. Though I think we need to comprehend balance and duality is essentially balance. Without a darkness, you don’t have light. Duality is a human condition because we are given two choices, but I think we are given more than two choices. I think there’s a grey area we can exist in. Things don’t have to be dark or light. You obviously need one to discover the other but maybe there’s a like a third, like a neutral space and maybe that’s where we all need to be existing and that’s a way we can elevate consciousness on the planet and get us out of this fucking end-of-the-roman-empire-fucking-dark-age-Donald-Trump-piece-of-shit-no-culture-no-fucking-care-no-empathy-desentisized-fucked-up world.



Brooke Candy Interview Excerpt / 2019
from Glamour Girl Book 6
The Art of the Body
FULL INTERVIEW HERE



Brooke Candy / 2019
from Glamour Girl Book 6
The Art of the Body


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Brooke Candy / 2019
from Glamour Girl Book 6
The Art of the Body



Brooke Candy / 2019
from Glamour Girl Book 6
The Art of the Body

Mark