This is her get-up for much of Drawing Restraint 9 , which is directed by her partner, the artist Matthew Barney. If you're worried about not understanding what's going on because you haven't seen the other Drawing Restraints , don't fret - parts 1 to 8 are actually multimedia pieces that form part of Barney's current exhibition at the Serpentine Gallery in London, along with parts 10 through to Besides, when it comes to Matthew Barney, knowing what it's about isn't really what it's about. The mammoth Cremaster cycle, which sealed Barney's reputation as a film-maker, may indeed concern the divergence of gender in the womb, but to most viewers it could just as easily be about the divergence in the old Social Democratic Party, so long as it was stuffed with the same oddball guest stars Ursula Andress, Norman Mailer , Cronenbergian grotesqueness and unhinged concepts such as Gary Gilmore's execution reimagined as a rodeo on the Bonneville Salt Flats. It isn't that meaning is irrelevant in his films, but these works are more rewarding to wallow in than to decode. The ideas behind Drawing Restraint 9 can only sound banal when converted from the gooey, gloopy abstract into the hard currency of language. I could tell you the film is about the fluidity of people, art and nature, and how this relates to Japanese culture, but such a description can only be eclipsed by the sight of emaciated women in nurses' whites spraying water through their blowholes and diving for pearls, or any number of images here that can be grouped under the heading "Things you don't see every day".
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Magazine article The Spectator. It takes a lot to inspire people to snigger at art critics from the Times these days, so regularly do they applaud the banal, the repellent, the merely ugly. Kimmelman's encomium did the trick, though.