There is Art created to provoke a feeling of disgust. Moreover, a variety of disgust is
something we seek out in museums, film, television, and other experiences. It is important to recognize that disgust is something that gives us some sort of pleasure (why else would we seek it out and pay money to participate). We feel comfortable in imaging the possibility of such things in a controlled environment of the canvas, television, or movie screen. Hieronymus Bosch and Francis Bacon are painters who give us the disgust we crave in a dose we can handle. Their works are disgusting beautiful, making us feel uncomfortable yet mesmerized by their imagery.
Think back on your life experiences. Choose a time when you experienced disgust. This
is a real life event, something you observed or experienced first hand, not something you saw in a movie, computer, or on television. This does not need to be a major event in your life or something that still disgust you today.
On a separate sheet of paper write your name, course, section number, and then
describe a disgusting event in your life. Write your paper as an observer of the event, write the paper in third person. Change all names in the story. Describe the environment and participants before the event, during the event, and after the event. Write the paper as though you are writing a script for a movie, you must give details to set the scene. Minimum length is