Put a Fish Up Your Nose, 1975 by Mike Parr  Mike Parr (born 1945) is an Australian performance artist and printmaker.

Put a Fish Up Your Nose, 1975 by Mike Parr Mike Parr (born 1945) is an Australian performance artist and printmaker.

Mike Parr. The Emetics Iam_sick_of_ar_1977-m

Mike Parr. The Emetics Iam_sick_of_ar_1977-m

Mike Parr. <em>100 Breaths, </em>1992. Performance, 100 self portraits on A4 sheets of copper. Exhibited by breathing each sheet directly onto his face.

Mike Parr. <em>100 Breaths, </em>1992. Performance, 100 self portraits on A4 sheets of copper. Exhibited by breathing each sheet directly onto his face.

MIKE PARR, Untitled Self Portrait 21, 2013, inkjet print on Spectrum gloss paper, 180 × 118.5 cm. Courtesy  Anna Schwartz Gallery, Sydney.

MIKE PARR, Untitled Self Portrait 21, 2013, inkjet print on Spectrum gloss paper, 180 × 118.5 cm. Courtesy Anna Schwartz Gallery, Sydney.

Mike Parr - Google Search

Mike Parr - Google Search

Mike Parr - Google Search

Mike Parr - Google Search

Mike Parr. '100 Breaths' 2003 (installation). single channel digital video 7.23 min

Mike Parr. '100 Breaths' 2003 (installation). single channel digital video 7.23 min

MIKE PARR - Cathartic Action: Social Gestus No. 5 [Armchop] (1977)    "Parr sits at a table with what appears to be a complete left arm. During his conversation with the audience he takes an axe and severs his prosthetic arm, filled with blood and meat, leaving a gruesome mess. Julie Parr, his sister, then covers the stub with a pink knitted replacement. The audience and Parr then discuss the event and the trauma that most of them have experienced though this action." (Text: Stephen Jones)

MIKE PARR - Cathartic Action: Social Gestus No. 5 [Armchop] (1977) "Parr sits at a table with what appears to be a complete left arm. During his conversation with the audience he takes an axe and severs his prosthetic arm, filled with blood and meat, leaving a gruesome mess. Julie Parr, his sister, then covers the stub with a pink knitted replacement. The audience and Parr then discuss the event and the trauma that most of them have experienced though this action." (Text: Stephen Jones)

Mike Parr - Google Search

Mike Parr - Google Search

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