Plopegg, was an art performance done by the Swiss artist Milo Moire at the German art fair in 2014. Moire stood naked in front of an audience on a pair of stepladders outside of the German art fair, where she proceeded to squeeze paint-filled eggs out of her vagina onto a blank canvas beneath her; hence the “Plop”. The egg slowly leaves her natal canal and smashes onto the canvas, while red color proceeds to flow out. She then repeats this with different colored eggs sequentially until an abstract piece of art is formed. The nudity, and action of pushing these paint-filled eggs out of her body, is so the audience can experience a whole piece of art about to mature and enter the world. The underlying theme of this powerful statement is about women, fertility, and creativity. Moire’s vision, is that she wanted to depict the “birth” of a picture. She shared that her artistic expression is led by intuition, and “To create art, I use THE original source of the femininity – my vagina”. Public nudity aside, this is a very interesting take on art and one that I would have never thought even existed.