excellent garden hose
by Dennis Scharnberg
…commonplace phrases set apart and made into dull images, macramé celebrations of the vulva, blunt presentations of paint and its dripping and clotting and tactile properties, dreary video loops endlessly cycling (of people speaking to the camera, of people displaying their private parts, of architectural fronts captured in slow tracking shots), ordinary materials (rope, linoleum, gingham fabric) juxtaposed in vapid displays. The only detectable intent was that of engendering a mild annoyance, an irritation, in the witness.
Crispin Trove, The Viewer as Pest.