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PROVO CATEUR

(c)Rick Tardiff

Special Edition of Visions Libres Magazine


PROVO

CATEUR

In “PROVOCATEUR”, a word borrowed directly from French, one sees the English verb

“PROVOKE.”

Both “PROVOKE” and “PROVOCATEUR” derive from Latin provocare, meaning “to call forth.” Why do we say “PROVOCATEUR” for one who incites another to action, instead of simply “PROVOKER” ? Perhaps it’s because of “AGENT

PROVOCATEUR,”

a term of French origin that literally

“PROVOKING AGENT.” Both “AGENT PROVOCATEUR” and the shortened “PROVOCATEUR” means

can refer to someone (such as an undercover police officer or a political operative) whose job is to incite people to break the law so that they can be arrested, but only “PROVOCATEUR” is used in English with the more general sense of “ONE WHO PROVOKES.”

PROVOCATEUR

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©Kerstin Kuntze

deliberate provocation DELIBERATE

PROVOCATION

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Indeed, I admit that I look forward

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f f o h l e d a Z n a v e l l ie ©Dan

When your work is stirring different views it means either (a) you’ve touched A VERY SENSITIVE SUBJECT or (b) persons exposed to it are seeing it in ways you never intended.

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Simonne t

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Artists stimulated interest and excitement

THROUGH »THE PROVOCATION«

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Artists used provocations

AS A STIMULUS TO MEANING MAKING. They inserted an unfamiliar object, image, sound, person, event or action

INTO FAMILIAR CIRCUMSTANCES.

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©Frank La ssak MIXOTARIANS_1 18


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When people encountered something or someone deliberately ambiguous, unexpected, strange, out of place, open and/or contingent,

THEY HAD TO USE THEIR EXISTING KNOWLEDGE AND THEIR IMAGINATIONS TO MAKE SENSE OF IT.

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HOWEVER, ON THE FACT THAT NOT HE, but the other than The troublemaker puts on it,

norm breaker stands there.

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e Delsol it

The provocation provided a platform for thinking

OF IDEAS AND POSSIBILITIES.

The provocation demanded an explanation,

A RATIONALE FOR APPEARING IN THEIR LOCATION. The story-makers that we saw regularly

USED PROVOCATIONS.

One had been a dinosaur which travelled around the country

LETTERS DOOR.

SENDING THE CHILDREN

from a range of unfamiliar places. Another sang

OUTSIDE THE CLASSROOM

Some routinely brought objects into the class to »KICK OFF«

STORYMAKING SESSIONS.

A STORY OF A PROVOCATION

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A STORY OF A PROVOCATION

t i l o s l e D e n ©Antoi

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e u g a i t s i S s i c n a r ©F »MOIRA GOT BOOTS«

Academy of Arts San Francisco, 2014 Mamyia RZ67

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»MICHAEL«

Protester at 99% protest, Oakland, California 2013, Nikon F4 Tmax 400 Kodak

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»CHLOE«

Academy of Arts San Francisco, 2013, Mamyia rz67

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THE SELFCONFIRMATION OF THE SUBJECTIVE The provocation serves, above all

reality construction. Provocations are also methods of the selfrepresentation

LIKE THE ESCALATION OF CONFLICTS.

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. K e g i w ©Ed

As a medium of the allocation of identities

PROVOCATIONS ARE SUITED PARTICULARLY, because they are triggers and amplifiers circularly of social conflicts.

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i u k u F a ©Tetsuy

THE TROUBLEMAKER

undertakes a stigma, he stigmatises himself. AT THE SAME TIME however, it is the aim of the PROVOCATION to throw down stigmas and to roll on others.

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i u k u F a ©Tetsuy NOT THE NORM BREAKER,

but the norm guardians and enforcer

SHOULD STAND THERE,

end, as the actually culprits.

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PROVOCATION as the production of the other. THE TROUBLEMAKER

always believes to know what is the truth of the other. If there has been a NORM BREAK, THE UNSOUND MUST COMMIT a bigger norm break which puts the first norm break in the shade.

©Loïc Guston

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DAVID LYNCH

Montparnasse, Paris

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With such POWER PLAY the role of the audience is The majority of the spectators rather AMBIVALENT. PLAYS NO ROLE. Therefore, they are called also spectator. The troublemaker must also know the interpretation patterns of his spectators. OTHERWISE, he runs the risk that his action is recognised as a provocation, AS A LOW ACT AND

IS AVENGED.

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ŠArmano Jericevic

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To the OMNIPOTENT STATE a power over which he can pass not just like that should be opposed. THE PROVOCATION consists in questioning straight the power of the state.

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While most people keep

ETHICAL REASONS

TO THE LAWS, FOR

or from fear of punishment, the state power is challenged here

OPENLY AND STRAIGHT. 52


c i v e c i r e J ŠArmano 53


In this the subtle PR OV OC AT IVE BE HA VIO UR appears. Instead of attacking

OF FE NS IVE LY TH E OT HE R, one provokes the attack

of the other, one can present himself as a victim of the other.

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This is

TIMOTHY,

he was robbed last night SLEEPING OUTSIDE $20 and his food ... #PROVOCATEUR he told me HE WASN’T ANGRY about the money but the food was important to him ...

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BOTH WORK

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Wenzlawski

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A PROVOCATION IS SUCCESSFUL

when the other has been urged to

A REACTION

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If the other does not REACT, or from fear of punishment, the troublemaker stands as

A LOSER, AS A FOOL. 60


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however,

Of course a provocation can be also parried,

IN THIS CASE

one recognises the other than opponent.

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MOREOVER, ONE RUNS

the risk to encourage the other to other TAUNTS by his reaction and to lose, so perhaps, NEVERTHELESS, STILL .

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IF THE OPPONENT

has recognised the action of the other than provocation (even if it was none), EVERY OTHER ACTION can be understood as a PROVOCATION.

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n u a r B . J a r d n a x e ©Al 71


r e l b a G e n i t s i r h C © If third are present WITH THE and that is mostly the case, of the troublemaker increase

PROVOCATION, CHANCES AND RISKS

AT THE SAME TIME.

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r e i n i r a M e u q i n i ©Dom Provocation as the WEAPON of the weak? Provocation appears rather in relations with POWER SLOPES and mostly by the weaker side are applied. 73


The participants

IN THE COMMUNICATION are caught in a kind of VICIOUS CIRCLE

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s e i r V e d ©Juul

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©Juul de Vries

Lying with her long legs over

LOVELY FOREST,

A TREESTUMP IN A

modelling by the charming lady EL NOUR NETHERLANDS. This photography has been

FROM THE

CENSORED.

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s e i r V e d ©Juul 78


Summer in the Netherlands. A cooling down in the lake for the

GORGEOUS POWERWOMAN

named Rose.

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ŠKatarzyna Marianna

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Romaszewska

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©Myriam Hofer 82


PROVOCATION giving an OPPORTUNITY …

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… of Reading

BETWEEN THE LINSES


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e b a G l e i r ©Mu 86


OUTBREAK OF THE CONFLICT With the

has achieved

AIM.“

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the provocation

HER FIRST


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Who provokes, searches THE CONFLICT. he signs off on the enemy IN A SPECIFIC MANNER: While he irritates the other side, until this swings to the COUNTERBLOW, so that it looks in such a way as if it is the AGGRESSIVE PART.

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A provocation can DEGENERATE, perhaps, deliberately, into PHYSICAL

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RHETORICAL AND SPIRITUAL ABILITIES sympathies can be easily won, in this case the BATTLE

With suitable

is already decided.

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o l y b y z r P a n y z r a t a K a t a ©Be

A hundred years after she was murdered on HER WEDDING DAY the vengeful spirit of a warrior princess comes back to possess THE BODY OF A YOUNG BRIDE who fell victim to a similar fate. 102


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y a k c M ©Phil Provocations as a CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE The punks of the 70s and 80s PROVOKED

ESTABLISHMENT,

THE

while they offended against certain norms of clothes and appearance SYSTEMATICALLY.

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Can you keep a

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SECTRET?


y a k c M ©Phil Same old

FEARS.

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Some time later, when the

ORIGINAL THOUGHT … 111


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… is apparently erased from our MENTAL STOREHOUSE, an incident will occur bringing the idea back front and centre and reminding you of your

ORIGINAL OBSERVATION. 112


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The

SURPRISE

mostly refers to the

RESPECTIVE SITUATION,

because skilful provocations assume A LONGER ACQUAINTANCE, a probably conflict-laden respect, so that an attack might not be

COMPLETELY ASTONISHING.

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Among

HUMAN BEINGS caught up in a HECTIC LIFE,

it is often the case that a thought will come across our MENTAL SCREEN, sometimes from a comment overheard, or a …

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SIGN ENCOUNTERED,

or even from a prolonged and heated public discussion, and the thought flits in and flits out

AND IS GONE.

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s h p e s o J e o J ©

I was reminded of an incident, going back 20 years,

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If a society really gets by WITHOUT CRISES, the suspicion is obvious that it does not stand

THIS SOCIETY

to the best one.

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For the first but not the last time, on how the work of an

ARTIST CAN PRODUCE, in the same

MONOGAMOUS AUDIENCE it was aimed at, such

DIFFERING INTERPRETATIONS.

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The point which had come home to me wit h

F O R M Y Y O U N G quEite a jolt ARS,

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m

I S T H A T A ResTsi, nceB,Yincluding this past week, I T S V E R Y N AT U R E in different quarters ,… ,

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‌ and the more intricate or developed

THE ART THE MORE

convoluted the responses.

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e n e r i S e i k ©Soo Furthermore, and this is my

ESSENTIAL POINT,

a piece of popular art –

FILM,

SONG, SCULPTURE, PAINTING,

whatever – while the property of its

CREATOR, BECOMES APPROPRIATED BY MANKIND

in the sense of what he/she sees or feels or experiences when

EXPOSED TO THE WORK.

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TO PUT IT DIFFERENTLY,

(and this as good a definition of art as I know)

YOUR WORK, IF NOT APPROACHING ARTISTRY, …

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©Sookie Sire ne

… is already there when it is generating

A MOTLEY VARIETY OF RESPONSES,

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r o d a v l a S © D a ni It means you have created layers,

PERHAPS EVEN SUBCONSCIOUSLY,

several of which are invisible to some or are

SHOUTING LOUDLY TO OTHERS. So if you write a song and SIX DIFFERENT PEOPLE

see ten different things in it,

STAY WITH THAT FORMULA. You’re on the right artistic track – EMBRACE THE TUMULT.

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r e s u a h n e s h c a S a r ©Sand 141


r e s u a h n e s h c a S a r ©Sand THE NORM BREAK

break is the injury of rules of the

RESPECTIVE SOCIAL SYSTEM. Indeed, here one must make

A DISTINCTION NORM BREAK.

between deliberate and careless

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©Erwin Schwaiger In certain societies

THE IMPLEMENTATION OR OMISSION

of a certain gesture can be understood as

INSULT OR PROVOCATION

(as a challenge of the authority other).

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Who does not know, however,

THE RULES OF THE SOCIAL SYSTEM,

the intention has not presumably had to challenge s

THE OTHER.

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Provocations are initiatives of New-Negotiation of NORMALITY. They want to redistribute

LEGITIMACY and mix thereby the maps in the POWER PLAY A NEW …

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a fi a r g o t o F d a r n o K ł ŠMicha 160


The DELIBERATE can push the other in the

NORM BREAK

DEFENSIVE

and revalue …

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… the troublemaker, above all in the eyes of

THIRD MORALLY.

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As a strategy for the POWER RELATIONS provocation might not be sufficient as a rule. However, it can be a part of a

BIGGER STRATEGY, …

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IN LINKING

with other instruments of power. However, OBVIOUS one also needs the allies who support aimed aim that.

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z e r r ́ e i t u G n ́ o r i G a d n ©Yola Whether the however

COUNTERSOCIAL STIGMA

of the powerful figure undermines

HIS POWER

also on a continuing basis,

WILL DEPEND ON THE ONE HAND …

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… on the whole constellation of the strength relations

IN THE FIGURATION

of the general distribution of the

RESOURCES AND INSTRUMENTS of power and the access

TO ORGANIZATIONAL POWER SPRINGS …

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ed not least, id c e d y b ION e r T e A th C d n O a V h r O e R th o P e HE T T … and on th N E T X E T T O W H As an element of a general a strategy of the

WE COUNTERPO

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t in principle n e s e r p e r h ic s articulate wh S T S . im la c e m ti e … at the sam D INTERE

GENERALISE

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n a m f f o H ©Edith

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AGENT PROVOCATEUR

Mata Hari

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©Edith Hoffman The idea of an exotic dancer working as a LETHAL AGENT using her powers of seduction to extract

MILITARY SECRETS

from her many lovers made n enduring archetype of the femme fatale.

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DOUBLE

MATA HARI


Her life

INSPIRED a number of films. MATA HARI

was a Dutch exotic dancer and courtesan who was convicted of being a SPY and executed by firing squad in France under charges of ESPIONAGE FOR GERMANY during World War I.

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c i v o k j o t S ©Vesna The provocation serves,

ABOVE ALL,

the selfconfirmation of the

SUBJECTIVE REALITY CONSTRUCTION: The Provocation

are strategical elements of the collective action and basic patterns of a

SYMBOLIC PRACTISE …

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… in which the actors of her foreign pictures and SELFIMAGES make sure, her reality constructions protect and hold

THE MOVEMENT IN MOVEMENT.

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METHODS OF THE SELFREPRESENTATION Provocations are also

like the escalation of conflicts …

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Like most actions the with as low as

PROVOCATION ON THRIFT

POSSIBLE EXPENDITURE

a very big effect is over achieve.

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r e g n i l d n o ©Jos T We do not want to come in the following

EVALUATIONS

ON MORAL

or on questions a la „the purpose justifies the means“.

WHAT THE USA, ISRAEL OR RUSSIA …

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r e g n i l d n ©Jos To FIGHT FOR INDEPENDENCE. No same settlement OF BLOODLESS

… call terrorism, is seen by others than

or violent methods should occur.

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e s m e l l i W ©Peter IDEA MOVEMENT.

Turning the into a good

through

Put simply, movement is what we mentally do PROVOCATIONS into usable ideas. 206

TO TRANSFORM


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There are I’ll only

SEVERAL WAYS IN WHICH

movements can be created, but for now

DISCUSS MOVEMENT

via principle.

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IN MOVEMENT VIA PRINCIPLE,

we extract a key idea from the provocation that’s important

IN SOLVING THE PROBLEM. We then devise a MORE REALISTIC SOLUTIONS based on that principle.

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A SUCCESSFUL PROVOCATION CANNOT BE REPEATED.

The problem is clear .

Either it must be increased,

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©Bárbara Traver 215


Though Greenpeace can take a whale catcher and demand with it ATTENTION, Greenpeace would do this every week, the interest would fast decrease, completely apart from the fact that the OPPOSITION TAKES MEASURES which make to a repetition difficultly or IMPOSSIBLY.

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Social movements can use provocations TO CHANGES desired by them from the

REACH THE

STATE AND THE SOCIETY.

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n o t h g u a N ©John Because her instruments OF POWER LIMITED and her opponents are

ARE

VULNERABLE.

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n e i s H h i h C g n u H © MAKE UP

Kev Kevin (www.kev-makeup.com) MODEL Yun Lee (http://lsps9150527.wixsite.com/leeyunsite) HAIR Weic Lin ( www.weiclin.com) DESIGNER Ann Chuang

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MAKE UP

Kev Kevin (www.kev-makeup.com) MODEL Yun Lee (http://lsps9150527.wixsite.com/leeyunsite) HAIR Weic Lin ( www.weiclin.com) DESIGNER Ann Chuang

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MODEL

Pobe Liu 232

Yun Lee


MODEL

MAKE UP

Yun Lee

©Jimmy JL

Pobe Liu 233


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America:

LAND OF THE OPPRESSED Part I

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America:

LAND OF THE OPPRESSED Part II

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America:

LAND OF THE OPPRESSED Part III

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