“I Heard They’re Dirty” by The Glue Society

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Installation culture jam artists The Glue Society make a fine comment on the pecking order of things with their new sculpture “I heard they’re dirty” at the Pulse Contemporary Art Fair in New York City. It features a ginormous statue of a pigeon, with the added presence of a miniscule scruffy human defecating on its head. Is it a statement on the evolutionary state of things in the world or the Big Apple or revenge upon the dirty, dirty birds? James Dive of The Glue Society says of the work that it was specifically created for the city of New York City and it represents a comment on social strata. You must check out these pictures to get a closer look so you can decide for yourselves.


“I heard they’re dirty”


“I heard they’re dirty”


“I heard they’re dirty”

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