By Alexander Brener, Barbara Shurz
"... a disposable piece of anti-literature which mixes wild flights of myth, Bataillean erotic extra, half-baked poetry and ‘primitive’ illustrations with sober theories of cultural and social revolution. Its accomplishment is to create a ebook that's non-serious and unimpressive in its sort, but ingenious and encouraging in its political passion."
A: Bukaka is a constant, tasteless, strolling revolution, she spits and swallows, is vulnerable and indestructible. Her philosophy doesn't quote Foucault and different lifeless white male jerks: it really is barboodas, klikusha, pfush. She has no footnotes. Blood, spit and cum boil the place she walks. may make a superb weekly comedian. i do know you're not Raymond Pettibon: he by no means did whatever that exciting.
A&B: No, Bukaka is just not a comic with a savage and horny heroine yet quite the tale of a mad and oppressed migrant who attempts to discover radical political methodologies and methods of residing. it really is extra a metaphoric portrait of a present left activist than a spitting computing device. it's a tale of non-public and ideological mess ups, a narrative of a naïve yet courageous soul who can’t obey to an international of masters and slaves. in addition it's a metaphor for the chance of discourses and the way those discourses exist in our bodies. in addition to, this e-book is ready the impossibility of any ‘literature’, any aesthetics now.
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