Do what you want with me
Gaga has named performance artist Marina Abramovic as a chief influence on the album Artpop and this phase in her career.Check out their co-interview.
In one of Marina’s most famous performance art pieces, Rhythm 0 (1974), the artist stood passively still for six hours. In front of her was a table full of objects and weapons laid out for the audience to do whatever they wanted to her with. There were objects of both pleasure and pain (roses, a feather, grapes, honey, a scalpel, a gun and a bullet, etc.)
In this song, Gaga uses the sexual meaning as a cover for her desire to recreate Abramovic’s piece on a larger, metaphorical scale and encourage her audience to “Do What You Want To My Body”.
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