Fleshsuits

Illustration A.
Illustration A.

Living Flesh Suit Series 1. This series investigates the contradictions of the flesh suits when worn. Wholesome/explicit, clothed/naked, public/private, art/pornography. In what context does genitalia turn from "natural" into offensive.

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Illustration B.
Illustration B.

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Illustration A.
Illustration A.

Living Flesh Suit Series 1. This series investigates the contradictions of the flesh suits when worn. Wholesome/explicit, clothed/naked, public/private, art/pornography. In what context does genitalia turn from "natural" into offensive.

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Hair Salon Coagula Curatorial
Hair Salon Coagula Curatorial

Hair Salon is a piece that was preformed for Coagula Curatorial Gallery. Performers wear Fleahsuits as they groom themselves and each other. As the performance progressed the performers left the grooming area and flowed into improvised dance and movement.

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Hair Salon
Hair Salon

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Hair Salon
Hair Salon

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Hair Salon Coagula Curatorial
Hair Salon Coagula Curatorial

Hair Salon is a piece that was preformed for Coagula Curatorial Gallery. Performers wear Fleahsuits as they groom themselves and each other. As the performance progressed the performers left the grooming area and flowed into improvised dance and movement.

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Jolene
Jolene

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Katie
Katie

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Stephanie
Stephanie

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Jolene
Jolene

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Living Sculptures
Living Sculptures

Living Sculptures was created for the Pure Not Proper show. Each performer had a chair and was instructed to live and exist in a Fleshsuit in and around the world of their chair. They were able to interact with each other but only mildly with the audience, leaving a hint of the 4th wall.

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Living Sculptures
Living Sculptures

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Living Sculptures
Living Sculptures

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Living Sculptures
Living Sculptures

Living Sculptures was created for the Pure Not Proper show. Each performer had a chair and was instructed to live and exist in a Fleshsuit in and around the world of their chair. They were able to interact with each other but only mildly with the audience, leaving a hint of the 4th wall.

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Flesh Wall
Flesh Wall

The Flesh Suits are an investigation in modesty, obscenity, exhibitionism, and the appropriateness of nakedness.

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Flesh Wall
Flesh Wall

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Flesh Suit Arrangement #4 (detail)
Flesh Suit Arrangement #4 (detail)

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Flesh Wall
Flesh Wall

The Flesh Suits are an investigation in modesty, obscenity, exhibitionism, and the appropriateness of nakedness.

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Paper Flesh H
Paper Flesh H

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Paper Flesh B
Paper Flesh B

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Paper Flesh 2
Paper Flesh 2

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Paper Flesh H
Paper Flesh H

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Skins
Skins

The Skins series is an investigation of aging and growing, not just in the physical sense but also mentally and emotionally. The Leg Skins are a physically representation of what we shed and leave behind as we "evolve". They also speak to the fragile nature of our human form and how it wrinkles, ripples and dimples with time and use. This series is a direct offshoot of the Fleshsuit series and has the same implications of beauty in that which we have been taught are flaws.

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Skin 6
Skin 6

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Skin detail
Skin detail

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Skins
Skins

The Skins series is an investigation of aging and growing, not just in the physical sense but also mentally and emotionally. The Leg Skins are a physically representation of what we shed and leave behind as we "evolve". They also speak to the fragile nature of our human form and how it wrinkles, ripples and dimples with time and use. This series is a direct offshoot of the Fleshsuit series and has the same implications of beauty in that which we have been taught are flaws.

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Skin Suits
Skin Suits

The Skin Suits series runs parallel to that of the Skins/ Leg Skins series. The Skin Suits are discarded, lonely ghosts of our former selves that we have been abandoned. But perhaps there is still some humor in these melancholy figures...

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Leg Skins and Skin Suits
Leg Skins and Skin Suits

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The Skin (detail)
The Skin (detail)

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Skin Suits
Skin Suits

The Skin Suits series runs parallel to that of the Skins/ Leg Skins series. The Skin Suits are discarded, lonely ghosts of our former selves that we have been abandoned. But perhaps there is still some humor in these melancholy figures...

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Love Letters
Love Letters

The Flesh Suits were used as costumes for "Love Letters" an installation and video piece by Lisa Lipton a.k.a. Frankie Frankie, in collaboration with Allison Honeycutt.

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From performance of: Signed Your Loving Secret Admirer Collaboration for The Impossible Blue Rose Calgary, 2015

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Love Letters
Love Letters

The Flesh Suits were used as costumes for "Love Letters" an installation and video piece by Lisa Lipton a.k.a. Frankie Frankie, in collaboration with Allison Honeycutt.

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My interview for Wine Box Art Talk, where I discuss creativity, process, and Flesh Suits.

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AdrianFleshSuitShoot 196.JPG
AdrianFleshSuitShoot 196.JPG

A custom made Flesh Suit for Adrien Daller of the band Trouble Lights.

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AdrianFleshSuitShoot 138.JPG

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AdrianFleshSuitShoot 102.JPG

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AdrianFleshSuitShoot 196.JPG

A custom made Flesh Suit for Adrien Daller of the band Trouble Lights.

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"GREY" By, Trouble Lights.

Directed by Philip Rabalais
Starring Adrien Daller
Concept by Allison Honeycutt, Adrien Daller and Philip Rabalais
Costume by Allison Honeycutt
Edited by Philip Rabalais
Shot by Philip Rabalais, Allison Honeycutt and Hilary Nelson in Fairfield, Iowa
Song by Adrien Daller and Philip Rabalais