Tracey Emin
Every Part of Me's Bleeding

left: "Just Part of Me" 1999, polaroid

right: "The Interview" 1999, video, monitor, two chairs, two pair slippers (detail)

right foreground: monoprint (detail)

The circular track we're on here is dizzying and disturbing: the record of an intimate yet aggressive personal display that cannot, by definition, be for sale, is presented in a gallery as saleable art objects whose only value is based upon the public fascination created by the display. Life as performance as product supporting life as performance: a highly advanced form of self-perpetuating egosystem!