Sunday, November 23, 2014

Saturday, November 15, 2014

Sunday, November 9, 2014

CARNAL FLUIDITY in Mexico

CARNAL FLUIDITY will be screened at "Cine Posporno" event
at the Museo de la Ciudad in Querétaro, Mexico, on Nov. 11th.
More info HERE.


Saturday, November 8, 2014

The new trends in porn...

According to Daily Mail INSIDE FLESH is one of the new trends in porn :)
Check out the full article HERE.

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Nick Knight on IF in Dazed & Confused Magazine

Remember the Nicola Formichetti for Diesel fashion show in Venice last April?
Nick Knight, who made visuals for the show, talks about his inspirations
(including INSIDE FLESH) in Dazed & Confused Magazine.























Full video by Nick Knight HERE.

Monday, September 1, 2014

IF solo exhibition in Tokyo!

INSIDE FLESH solo exhibition in Vanilla Gallery / Tokyo from 8th till 20th September.


Monday, August 4, 2014

IF on the cover of BARON Magazine





























Inside the new issue of BARON Magazine you'll find interview and photos by IF.

Tuesday, July 8, 2014

Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Article about "CARNAL FLUIDITY" in INTERALIA journal of queer studies

Tomasz Sikora, Tomasz Kaliściak



Soma rhei, or the New Vision of Porn



We are all libidos that are too viscous and too fluid.
(Deleuze and Guattari 67)

Each of us is fluid locked up in a fixed form.
(SUKA OFF, personal communication)


ABSTRACT: The format of the essay is meant to be more fluid than a traditional academic article. It revolves around the (post)pornographic experimental movie Carnal Fluidity (part of the Inside Flesh project) by the Polish artistic group SUKA OFF. Synthetic and organic fluids are at the very centre of the film's fluid imaginary, this "new vision of porn” (as the creators call it) that may be read as pointing towards a rheum-ontology (Greek rheuma = that which flows) and an onto-hydraulics (the self-regulation of flows in and across the living and nonliving realms). This is done both at the level of representation (fluids, pipes, tubes, bodily discharges) and that of visual effects (image manipulation that fluidifies the visible according to the logic of a stream of sexual fantasies). The rub of our argument is that even though Carnal Fluidity does not seem to openly and programmatically challenge the phallic imaginary that organizes the relations between bodies, genders, sexualities and identities, it sexualizes the phallic order to the point where its claims to power dissolve in the excessive fluidity that dominates the movie. The result is that individual bodies can no longer be viewed as vehicles for a liberal-humanist subjecthood (male, female or otherwise), but rather become extensions of a monstrous onto-hydraulic machine for the production of anonymous, inhuman sex. 

Read the whole article HERE.