In 2018, Breyer P-Orridge and Heist began working together again, concentrating on a set of Polaroid images taken ny Breyer P-Orridge of an unidentified individual or individuals. Brighter, more pop, more abstract, these new works used a simple system of non-distinct nudity. A base color of the six primary and secondary colors (red, violet, blue, green, yellow, orange) was overlaid with the image using the five remaining colors in a sequence through the color wheel. In this manner, process art overlapped with performative ritual. Other sets of sequential color and the rotation of imagery continue suggestions of cyclical movement and continuity within the attraction of bodies to one another.
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