In keeping with the noble cultural traditions of the Mannar, Ms. Amir’s uninhabited clone will be roasted on-site and served as a symbolic punishment for the human role in the complete ecological collapse of their homeworld. Ms. Amir’s long-term fans may note a thematic return to her roots, as this is not the first time she has died in a fire. Non-sacrificial dishes and drinks will also be available.
We hope you’ll come help us celebrate!
–BABAC Committee Executif
WHERE: Bloc-a-Bloc Artist Collective, Bourynes VI [in-game channel: “Bloc-a-Bloc”] WHEN: 29 February, 1900 NEST
I must admit I had my own reservations about this one, but I now remember that when it comes to Amir, you can’t really judge some of her work without leaving your comfort zone and taking a Dive to taste it firsthand.
It sure got me thinking, about whether or not using clone bodies made from human cadavers and doing things like installing cyberlimbs on them purely for aesthetic reasons is any less ghoulish than roasting one over an open fire.
I mean, let’s face it, it’s ■■■■■■■ protein. This art’s ■■■■■■■■ because it’s treating our meat like it’s ■■■■■■■ special. If she was doing it any ■■■■■■■ justice, she’d serve it over a steel countertop in the blankest tile restaurant installation she could ■■■■■■■ build. Get across how cheap it all is.