WC Photo series-kunsthochschule weißensee is a photography project that I’ve done in February 2020 in Berlin. my main purpose with taking photos from Graffitis and Texts in bathroom is analyzing Sexual Behavior in the Human Female and Male. my inspiration and theory resource is Alfred Kinsey and Nick Haslam.
THIS PHOTO SERIES LIMITED WHIT KUNSTHOCHSCHULE WEIßENSEE BERLIN-KHB (BERLIN ART UNIVERSITY) LOCATION AND ART STUDENTS
What makes toilet graffiti special, and worthy of its own entire category, is the uniqueness of the space in which people are writing. Public bathrooms are weird places. There’s a tension to doing private activities in a public space, with only the flimsiest of boundaries hiding some of our culture’s biggest taboos-genitals and bodily functions.
When you write on a bathroom wall, you have a staggeringly diverse audience,
Many different races, classes, all walks of life, but it’s completely confined to a single-gender. So it suddenly lets gender-specific issues emerge.”Bathroom graffiti artists have a “captive audience,” Haslam notes, for whatever issues may be on their minds. “There’s a space, there’s some time on your hands, and people love to communicate. We’re social creatures. A tradition grew up of people doing this.
WC Photo series-kunsthochschule weißensee project resource
since my childhood, when I’m using public toilets, Graffitis and texts are taking my attention and I’m asking my self: why people can’t paint or white everywhere, or why they are writing, why public toilets are not clean. proof of this that I believe public toilets are the deepest layer of every society that you could understand what’s happening in the mind of the human. and Briefly, I made online research for finding mu sources.
About Alfred Kinsey
Alfred Charles Kinsey was an American biologist, professor of entomology and zoology, and sexologist who in 1947 founded the Institute for Sex Research at Indiana University, previously known as the Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender, and Reproduction, more…
The Kinsey Reports are two scholarly books on human sexual behavior, Sexual Behavior in the Human Male (1948) and Sexual Behavior in the Human Female, more…
NICK HASLAM Professor of Psychology at the University of Melbourne, Australia. His interests span social, personality and clinical psychology, and he has published extensively on topics including psychiatric classification, dehumanization, prejudice and refugee mental health.
Presenting cutting-edge science in a playful manner, this exploration of a topic that has been veiled by taboo, the psychology of excretion, surveys an assortment of embarrassing processes, shameful disorders and disgusting habits taking the reader on a tour of the history and literature of elimination.