Charlie | Starla Bontecou | 2010
for Adèle

There is no time for cut-and-dried monotony. There is time for work. And time for love. That leaves no other time!
— Coco Chanel

Charlie | Starla Bontecou | 2010


  1. i saw this at the pet store today or the humaine society its an ocular projection in 2nd person illusionary, reminicent of ghostbusters main role originally being scripted for belushi, but with a more feminine domestic spirit redolescent of early twix bar or coppertone ads. also its a delicious take on man’s best friend being reappropriated for the female “dog” rap, such as snop dogg’s angry message to women who need to be bitches in order to be visually relevant in post-mordent cigarettes for the dog culture. also its a still from family ties starring justine batemen. great work on all levels. you’ve clearly mastered the stairmaster and celery splitting. looking forward to your visual essay on fried eggs, kevin bacon and lou diamond phillips.

  2. Adèle wrote: