Joe Bish from Vice came to see my performance at Buzzcut 2016 and interviewed me about Gash Land
Read the interview and Joe’s take on the work at www.vice.com
By rights, Kayleigh’s whole schtick – and Gash Land as a concept – should annoy me as much as any other attempt to subvert paradigms with nudity would. But it didn’t. Perhaps I didn’t see it so much as an art installation built to make me think, but what I reckon it’s meant to be: an invitation to a world where change is achieved by people actually doing something, rather just tweeting about the vague idea of doing something.