Mutual Support…Whingers lean on council about supposedly offensive sculpture

Posted: 28 April, 2014 in US News
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mark chatterley The sculptor who created Blue Human Condition , A censored piece featured in the Adrian Art Discovery installation in downtown Adrian,Michegan, says hewas surprised and disappointed to learn that there were people who found it offensive. Mark Chatterley told Adrian Today:

I thought it was a pretty normal piece that didn’t have any kind of sexual connotations. I really had to work at it to think about how it would offend people. I just didn’t get it.

The sculptor shows seven androgynous figures resting on each other in various poses. Chatterley said the vision behind the piece was to portray the way people depend on each other. Chatterley explained:

My initial thought was that we all need each other for support. We can’t do it alone and we are a global village, so we are all resting on someone else to survive. That’s what this piece is about.

Whingers has complained to the city council that the sculpture was sexually suggestive, and the word orgy was used to describe it.

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