Cosey Fanni Tutti (Throbbing Gristle, Chris & Cosey)
"My intentions in the ‘70s were not to address feminist issues on the objectification/de-objectification of the female form or the sexual exploitation of women but to explore my own sexuality and the sex industry as part of my existing art work. As a consequence of my sex magazine and film actions and stripping I discovered first hand a great deal about the very issues feminism sought to address but it was the personal experience I wanted – how men and women interact in a sexually charged/volatile manipulated situation."
From the article Cosey Fanni Tutti by Kate Green and Steve Peralta on NeoAztlan

Cosey Fanni Tutti (Throbbing Gristle, Chris & Cosey)

"My intentions in the ‘70s were not to address feminist issues on the objectification/de-objectification of the female form or the sexual exploitation of women but to explore my own sexuality and the sex industry as part of my existing art work. As a consequence of my sex magazine and film actions and stripping I discovered first hand a great deal about the very issues feminism sought to address but it was the personal experience I wanted – how men and women interact in a sexually charged/volatile manipulated situation."

From the article Cosey Fanni Tutti by Kate Green and Steve Peralta on NeoAztlan

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