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MY POP

Gelatin

Whenever “pop” is mentioned, Gelatin thinks “disco.” This category is very fluid—especially in the current practices of life and art. It’s hard to say if Gelatin is seen as having a relationship to “pop.” We categorize our work as positive. Our work is not “post-Pop-Punk-Rock-Fluxus” because it is not “post.” Our work is new. If anything our work is more “rock” than “pop.” Our work deals with the body a lot, and it’s better to “rock” the body than “pop” the body. But you can pop our cherries any time, darling! There’s a common language in the body that everyone understands—we play with that. The body doesn’t care if it gets rocked or popped. In the end, the body is a digestion device.

Our relation to the Americas is love—America is one of the birthplaces of Pop. We love our American audience, especially the South Americans; they have a very immediate approach to our work, because they

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