Dancer Agogo, water color on paper, 5x7 inch
For a thousand nights, she’s danced in a daze of smoke, sparkling disco balls and the thumping beat from gigantic Bose woofers. She has seen the faces of a hundred thousand men, their eyes caressing every inch of her flesh. Tall, short, handsome, ugly, dark, tan, yellow and white, obese and thin, some of them in wheelchairs, others with stutters, old and young, every kind of man, from every country on earth. What are they thinking and what do they want, why are they there, in the Bangkok bar where she works and lives and dreams?