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The Body in Pieces: The Fragment as a Metaphor of

The Body in Pieces: The Fragment as a Metaphor of

The Body in Pieces: The Fragment as a Metaphor of Modernity. Linda Nochlin

The Body in Pieces: The Fragment as a Metaphor of Modernity


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The Body in Pieces: The Fragment as a Metaphor of Modernity Linda Nochlin
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(4) I have seen recent medical texts without a single whole body image. Nov 11, 2008 - Development within a given piece is usually repetition of the same modular shape, which may or may not be varied in size.” Greenberg rejected minimalism as pedestrian. €Minimal works are readable as art,” he wrote . At this point Once this connection is made, it would be self-defeating to include physical activities that did not support the modernist agenda or that used modern rhetoric to shore up traditional beliefs about the body and physical culture. Feb 7, 2014 - Onto-logics can be considered as the integrated movement of body, mind and speech, and by extension, the becoming (i.e. Feb 27, 2014 - The end result is a space which recreates as closely as possible the environment of an Ottoman-period family home with subtle touches of modernity, like a few pieces of modern artwork or contemporary lighting fixtures, subtly blended in like any of the other cultural influences A historian and tour guide of the medina, Jamila Binnous, likes to use the metaphor of the body: Zitouna is the heart and the principal streets are its arteries, which subdivide into the tiny capillaries of its alleys. The body goes silent because it is We can set the hypothesis that the modernity/contemporarity of dance can be found precisely in the resistance against understanding dance as listening and against the obedience associated with that notion. This is, since we can trace our current dualistic condition from pre-dualistic, pre-dialectical origins, it is perfectly reasonable to imagine a human nature evolved beyond the dualistically-conditioned mind and psyche, which limits us to dialecticism and fragmentation. Jan 31, 2010 - Miriam Gross (2006) The juxtaposition between tradition and modernity has become such a stock character in studies of Chinese history that the unenthusiastic reader can often only sigh at its inevitable onerous inclusion. Even the initially smooth and unitary form of the Death Star was shown, as the rebel fighters skimmed its surface, to be deeply fissured with an ever-diminishing body of structural fragments. Mar 11, 2013 - However, lots and lots of people, when they experience vaguely defined moments of transcendence – your kid is born, you hear that piece of music, you find yourself in that natural wonder – find that this doesn't work for them. And then It typically comes at you couched in a question, insinuated in an anecdote, embedded in a quotation from one of his friends, or smuggled in a metaphor. The advertising style comes with a fragmentation of thought. Jan 7, 2010 - He even contradicts himself, first maintaining that he's interested in remolding the human body through technology and then later saying that mantra was just a ruse, and what he's really after is unleashing the sexuality of the car crash. Fragmentation is typical of the postmodern period as historian Linda Nochlin argues in her book, The Body in Pieces. Breathing, sighs, the sound of the words), becomes the main code of the representation of the dancing body. Mar 20, 2009 - More even, the absence of spoken text or its fragments and essential components (e.g. Mar 10, 2009 - As historian Martin Kemp has written, in observing the connections of medical science and art, "No field is richer in metaphor than the body." (1) Fragmented Body. Movement) of feeling, thinking and action (speech acts as a primordial case).

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