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10.25.11 Marina Galperina

Prune Nourry — the artist behind NYC’s eugenics-awareness public installation SpermBar and the prenatal buffet — has completed the next series of her ongoing Holy Daughters project. Addressing Asia’s trend of aborting pregnancies after the fetus is diagnosed with the female gender (apparently, a malady in some parts of the world), Nourry continues to remix […]

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09.02.11 Marina Galperina

ANIMAL favorite Prune Nourry wants you to anonymously give her your seed — along with an heap of personal information — for her new art project SpermBar. Your DNA-ladden donation will then be expertly mixed by a cocktail chef and served on a “food cart” style mobile near Central Park. […]

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06.10.10 Marina Galperina

Prune Nourry’s newest work is, literally, a cow-girl. The humanoid hybrid sculpture “Holy Daughter” comments on Asia’s trend of terminating pregnancies after diagnosing the fetus’s gender, because as everyone knows, girls are a useless burden. […]

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05.25.10 Marina Galperina

Prune Nourry’s “Procreative Dinner” art show in Geneva has a video. Commenting on the ominous clinical trends of artificial breeding, the artist teamed up with a chef étoilé and a scientist to serve children à la carte. Watch the be-scrubbed diners go eagerly at the in vitro culinary feast, syringing their drinks and spooning up […]

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11.10.09 Will Sherman

Artist Prune Nourry continues provoking discussion on human reproduction, recently staging a dinner investigation of the “perfect child.” Known for her Domestic Babies, hairless silicon dog kids commenting on the “anthropomorphization of pets” and “the festishization of children,” Noury forced guests to practice a little prenatal manipulation for their meal. […]

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