'The Ming' Ming, was born in the dismal town of Gravesend and
rejected by Medway College (which actually accepted Bill Lewis
and Billy Childish), but subsequently proved himself to be 'all
powerful' by becoming a founder-member of The Medway Poets in
1980 along with the other two and Charles Thomson. The Ming has
appeared on over 20 LPs and CDs with his unique musical and poetic
has gone all crappy. Any fool can fart and call it art. I might
not be technically good but at least it's paint. I don't believe
in gimmicks, apart from my own."
ARSE TO THE WORLD
like painting queers and animals and witches. They are outcasts.
Please have kind thoughts when you look at my work. I can hear
what you think. Let me rest. I don't like ARTY TYPES. Ralph Steadman
called me a failed interlectual (sic)."'
still more, on the eve of the opening of the first Stuckist exhibition,
15 September 1999:
want a fisting? I'll fist you, you cunt! And I won't use any lubricant!
Your arse will look like shredded wheat when I've finished with
you like my paintings? Well, fuck you, you cunt. Go stick some
pipe up your arse!
don't like you and you don't like me so let's fuck. I don't like
anyone really. So I guess I'm fucked over. I'm an angry young
man who's getting old.
like to shit. And I like painting it. So fuck you up your arse
you cunt. Don¹t talk to me else I'll smash your face in.
You can go hang by your bollocks.
Ploppy the Cow
Deliverance (collection of Josh Collins)
Shemale Stronghold (collection of Steady)
am prolific in fucking you over you cunt! You shoulda been flushed
down the toilet at birth. I don't like you. Go away. You smell.
your pipe. I've had enough of you arse bandit types!
17.9.61, Gravesend, Kent
Education: Not a lot. Left school at 16. Undiagnosed dyslexic.
No A levels, hence to entry to Art College.
Stuckist Exhibitions and worldwide Stuckist exhibitions in USA,
Germany and Australia. Jersey Arts Centre, 2003.
Collins, Trish, Charlie Fuge, Vicki Churchill, Tim Sellers, Paige
music, poerty, picking nose
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