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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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. Nov 5, 2006 - The intensity of The Negotiating Table seems to infect this sculptural duo: The bloodied, static body in the video prefigures the potential for bodily harm that the visitor might encounter by grazing the enlarged implements. May 11, 2012 - This is why Paul says ”I rejoice in what was suffered for you, and I fill up in my flesh what is still lacking in regard to Christ's afflictions, for the sake of his body, which is the church” (Colossians 1:24). (Maybe that's a better metaphor… infinite life for all of us.). May 30, 2012 - These are the two prevalent discourses of modernity which, since their respective appearances, have begun to destroy the traditional structure of human experience. It may just be a piece of the puzzle that speaks to those whom it will. He plays tricks on his audience and his characters, and dismantles cinematic reality without destroying it; like Chaplin's smashed alarm clock in The Pawnshop (1916), it continues to function even in pieces. 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. None of the installations are titled, so the name of the exhibit, “Every Broken Moment Piece by Piece,” holds together all the works, just as—in the individual pieces—fragments of porcelain cups are molded together with wood. Apr 23, 2013 - A modernist whose main satiric target is modernity. The combined domination of these two discourses .. The real, understood in this way, is neither a cosmos nor a world, it is also not an order: it is a piece, an a-systematic fragment, separated from the fictional knowledge that was produced from this encounter. Which are but the secret ballet required by the almost liturgical ceremonial initiating the act of delivering oneself body and soul to that temporary nirvana of sleep by which we have access to precious fragments of our lost paradise. €�Minimal works are readable as art,” he wrote . Into a perfect, crisp frame steps a man who is as elegant and sharp as his own composition and who moves in rhythm with the film around him, every changing angle of his body a graphic/poetic statement. Oct 4, 2013 - The seeming frivolousness of the theatre pieces by Apollinaire (whose poetry and criticism Breton admired) and, particularly, by Cocteau (scorned and reviled by Breton), excluded them from membership in André Breton's Surrealist . Also, because one cites the infinite as supporting, doesn't mean it's conclusive or sufficient and complete.

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