Corporeality and Culture: Bodies in Movement
Dr Karin Sellberg, Dr Lena Wånggren, Dr Kamillea Aghtan
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 28 aug. 2015 - 208 sidor
Presenting a multi- and interdisciplinary consideration of current research on the cultural relationship to living (and non-living) bodies, Corporeality and Culture puts the body in focus. From performance and body modification to film, literature and other cultural technologies, this volume undertakes a significant speculative mapping of the current possibilities for engagement, transformation and variance of embodied movement in relation to scientifically-situated corporealities and materialities in cultural and artistic practices. Time and time again, it finds these ever-shifting modes of being to be inextricably interdependent and coextensive: movement requires embodiment; and embodiment is a form of movement.
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