I think this sculpture speaks for itself as pure camp. The sculpture encompasses the “spirit of extravagance” that Sontag describes as the hallmark of camp. It embodies Sontag’s idea that “Camp is art that proposes itself seriously, but cannot be taken altogether seriously because it is “too much”” (7). Clearly this is an extraordinary piece of art, but the enormity of the statue and the fact that it is a man’s flaccid penis is WAY “too much””. The statue’s size glorifies the penis, the size shows an exaggeration, and an appreciation “of-things-being-what-they-are-not” (3). Additionally, the fact that this is a sculpture of a man’s genitals ties this example of camp back to Dyer’s article which points out gay men are the primary demographic associated with camp.