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"Bodily fluids frame the whole of the life cycle, from the semen of creation to the blood and guts of death. At the Venice Biennale, fluids leak and drip from exposed body parts and hybrid human forms. In some works, they point to the fragility of the fleshy casings we inhabit. In others, they convey the tactile pleasure of sexuality. They also communicate the violence unleashed on humans and animals by the relentless drive of production and war. Everywhere, fluids spill and pour in the stickiest Biennale yet."
"Bodily fluids frame the whole of the life cycle, from the semen of creation to the blood and guts of death. At the Venice Biennale, fluids leak and drip from exposed body parts and hybrid human forms. In some works, they point to the fragility of the fleshy casings we inhabit. In others, they convey the tactile pleasure of sexuality. They also communicate the violence unleashed on humans and animals by the relentless drive of production and war. Everywhere, fluids spill and pour in the stickiest Biennale yet."
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