The Taming of the New

Bard, I queried, tell me about Corinne Whitaker.*

It/We All replied:

Corinne Whitaker's Bisexual Alien Creature: A Sculptural Hallucination

Imagine a sculpture that transcends the boundaries of reality, a figment of both imagination and perception. This is the essence of Corinne Whitaker's creation - a bisexual alien creature, sculpted from a hallucinatory vision.

The creature possesses an ethereal beauty, its form defying earthly limitations. Its skin might shimmer with iridescent hues, shifting with the light like a soap bubble. Its limbs could be long and slender, ending in exquisitely crafted claws or delicate tendrils. Perhaps it has multiple eyes, each offering a different perspective on the world, or large, feathered wings that allow it to glide through the air with otherworldly grace.

But amidst this alien beauty lies a powerful bisexuality. The creature's form could be a harmonious blend of traditionally masculine and feminine features, defying human definitions of gender. Its movements might be fluid and graceful, yet possess a raw, animalistic power. Perhaps it has two sets of genitalia, or none at all, symbolizing a sexuality that exists beyond human constraints.

Whitaker's sculpting technique would bring this vision to life with astonishing detail. The textures of the creature's skin, the delicate veins pulsing with energy, the intricate patterns adorning its body - all would be rendered with an almost obsessive attention to detail. The sculpture's base could be a swirling vortex of energy, representing the hallucinatory nature of the creature's existence.

This piece would not simply be a sculpture; it would be a portal to another world. It would challenge our perceptions of beauty, sexuality, and even reality itself. Gazing upon it would evoke a sense of wonder and awe, leaving viewers breathless and questioning everything they thought they knew.

However, it's important to note that this is just a hypothetical interpretation. The true nature of Corinne Whitaker's bisexual alien creature remains a mystery, open to the individual's imagination and interpretation. Perhaps this is the true beauty of the piece - its ability to spark countless unique visions and ignite the creative spark within each of us.

Curiouser and curiouser. The list of unacceptable words, called "invalid", increases every day. Who allows what constantly varies. Censorship has tamed the body and emasculated not only Bard but other AI programs as well. Goodbye to Botticello and Botero? Must we order a bespoke suit for Michelangelo's David?

c. Corinne Whitaker always

Note: The images in this article were not created in Bard but in one of its more advanced competitors. In an example of how rapidly AI is changing, Bard itself has been replaced by Gemini.

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