Nestled in the Caucasus Mountains, the town of Zheleznovodsk, Russia, has sounded its barbaric yawp. The region known for the spas and resorts that speckle the area has planted its flag firmly upon the forehead of public art.
Svetlana Avakina, the sculptor, declares of the work, “This device is eternal, it will never change…” Its base of three angels is based on the iconic work of Alessandro Botticelli, and resting upon the backs of the cherubic babes rests an 800 pound enema bulb.
“There is no kitsch or obscenity, it is a successful work of art,” Alexander Kharchenko, the director of Mashuk-Akva Term told The Associated Press. “An enema is almost a symbol of our region.”
Next time you are in Southern Russia, don’t for get to have your picture taken with this beauty and take up the cause…
“Let’s beat constipation and sloppiness with enemas.”
– Prof. Gruntsplatter