Jenny Forrester and Jennifer Fendya

Jennifer Fendya
“Fire Department”
Inspiration piece

Jenny Forrester

My capacity for self-destruction has been breathtaking. I’ve found people who’ve helped me destroy myself, people with destructive ideas, violent behavior, psychic destroyers, reputation-destroyers, people with a narrative need to be victimized by any means necessary, by victimizing, anything to avoid their responsibility to the fires they set. This generation says reputation doesn’t matter, but it invented the blue check mark, glorifies the number of followers and friends a person has, when they grow up, they want to be influencers. They blame prior generations (as all generations do), but theirs is the most resource-intensive in the anthropocene. The Anthropocene! Dismantle it! “Dismantle the Anthropocene” stickers for every fire truck, banners for every department, logos on all the shirts, hats, and gloves. You see it? What I’ve done. I’ve begun the destruction of destruction. I’m the influencer now. I’ve writ the new future dark in the red sky. You see it. Don’t you?



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One Comment

  1. Posted March 8, 2021 at 10:46 pm | #

    Jennifer Fendya’s photo evokes so much emotion from the viewer and Jenny Forrester’s response is equally filled with urgency. I really enjoyed this paring and the strong energy connection between the two pieces.