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Milo Moiré in 2016.

PlopEgg No. 1, was a performance by Milo Moiré performed at Art Cologne in 2014.

The performance involved the expelling of paint filled eggs from Moiré's vagina on to a canvas. The eggs contained ink and acrylic paint. A video description of the work states "At the end of this almost meditative art birth performance the stained canvas is folded up, smoothed and unfolded to a symmetrically reflected picture, astonishingly coloured and full of strength." The folding of the resulting canvas created a work which has been compared to a Rorschach test and a womb. Moiré writes: "To create art, I use the original source of femininity – my vagina."

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