virtuouspagans said: Some of Schiele's work is fairly creepy, but I wouldn't say it upsets me. I like the physicality of his work, it's very intense. Also his style was really ahead of its time. He's less decorous than Klimt, but he's simpler and has a more powerful line. What is it about his work you don't like?
Well, his sharp lines and deformed humans unsettle me in a way I cannot express. He presents the female nude form atrociously. When I look at his women’s private parts, I’m always reminded my ripped skin, by a deep wound rather than a healthy organ. I am not a big fan of Klimt either, but Egon’s work always left quite the negative mark on my psyche. It might be my synaesthesia, but Klimt is Schoenberg to me. That kind of untuned violin. Listen to Pierrot Lunaire by Schoenberg. That’s Klimt. I only liked his coloring though, and of course no one can claim that he wasn’t ahead of his time.
Anonymous said: Would you really record things for people if they send you something to read? That sounds like it'd be super cool.
Yeah sure. Something short like, a short story or poem maybe.
Can I send you something? Could it me mine or by someone else more… Accredited?
I have to rearrange my room and throw away some stuff…. That is going to take a while!