Martin Firrell
The One Irreducible Truth
2005
This artwork paraphrases the research of the renowned American researcher into human sexuality,
Alfred Kinsey
.

Kinsey noted that difference in human sexual responses was the one universal constant that could be said to apply to those responses.

Variability was the only certainty. Everything else was unpredictabe flux.

In paraphrasing Kinsey the artist implies that 'normality' in the human being is difference, and societal pressure to conform to what is considered 'normal' is, therefore, nothing other than an absurdity.
Part Of
The One Irreducible Truth
Medium
LED billboards
Displayed
Railway Stations, London UK, December 2005
Supported by
Maiden Outdoor
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