This is a very different kind of art than types we've been viewing, I think. In a way it doesn't deviate from traditional, representational art like other pieces posted; and yet it breaks compositional rules and rules of sensibility. Does this repel and attract or just repel or just attract? Can it be described as purely disturbing or unpleasant, or is there something still alluring and pleasing, though unnerving? I think this is beautiful for the space it's able to occupy and slip out of, to disrupt and be a part of unapologetically.