David Hollier
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Composed on a vintage Smith-Corona type-writer.

8 in x 11.5 in.



“All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy”

repeated 44 times


Acrylic on board.

38 in x 44 in


Text from Generation of Swine: Author’s Notes:

“It’s a strange world. Some people get rich and others eat shit and die. A fat man will feel his heart burst and call it beautiful. Who knows? If there is, in fact, a Heaven and a Hell, all we know for sure is that Hell will be a viciously overcrowded version of Phoenix- a clean well-lighted place full of sunshine and bromides and fast cars where almost everybody seems vaguely happy, except for the ones who know in their hearts what is missing… And being driven slowly and quietly into the kind of terminal craziness that comes with finally understanding that the one thing you want is not there. Missing. Back-ordered. No tengo. Vaja con Dios. Grow up! Small is better. Take what you can get….Heaven is a bit harder to figure. And there are some things that not evan a smart boy can tell you for sure….But I can guess. Or wonder. Or maybe just think like a gambler or a fool or some kind of atavistic rock & roll lunatic and make it about 8-1 that Heaven will be a place where the swine will be sorted out at the gate and sent off like rats. With huge welts and lumps and puncture wounds all over their bodies. Down the long dark chute where ugliness rolls over you every 10 or 16 minutes like waves of boiling asphalt and poison  scum. Followed by sergeants and lawyers and crooked cops waving rule books. And where nobody laughs and everybody lies and the days drag by like dead animals and the nights are full of whores and junkies clawing at your windows and tax men jamming writs under your door and the screams of the doomed coming up through the air shaft along with white cockroaches and red stringworms full of AIDS and bursts of foul gas with no sunrise and the morning streets full of preachers begging for money and fondling themselves with gangs of fat young boys trailing after them….Ah…but we were talking about Heaven… or trying to… but somehow we got back into Hell. Maybe there is no Heaven. Or maybe this is all pure gibberish – a product of the demented imagination of a lazy drunken hillbilly with a heart full of hate who has found out a way to live out there where the real wind blows – to sleep late, have fun, get wild, drink whiskey and drive fast on empty streets with nothing in mind except falling in love and not getting arrested…

Res ipsa loquitur. Let the good times roll.”




Chloe Sevigny 

Acrylic on Board

96 cm x 112 cm


Text from Sebadoh:

"Spoiled children soon to fall Freedom is the lie we live We will wait for tragedy And scatter helpless to the fire Sorry for ourselves Sorry for the things we've seen No one cries for help Waiting for the fire When all our toys are burning All these empty urges must be satisfied Acted outside Precious strength to turn the game to history

Giving up, I'm blown away He said all I had to say The final days have come and gone Safe inside, there’s nothing wrong Nothing in these words Sorry force of habit Could it be way over my head? Helpless to describe it Could it be way over my head? Helpless to describe it Could it be way over my head? Helpless to describe it Dumb and cruel Cut before it's grown Lies so forced in bored control It learned all that it cares to know"