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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
Publisher: Thames & Hudson

When that failed, and the 'summer of love' and the notion of hippie solidarity had dissipated, he turned to his poetry as the ritual that would piece together the fragments of his own experience. Of the person we love (Bartels & Zeki, 2000), the intense emotions we experience when we listen to a piece of music (Salimpoor et al, 2013), or when someone with a diagnosis of schizophrenia hears voices (van Lutterveld et al, 2013). Apr 28, 2010 - We are going to move from two figures who at least have some things in common, and that's Foucault and Habermas, both of whom deal with the problems of what I call modernity, and I hope that word hasn't thrown you too bad, its not such an abstract word. Fragmentation is typical of the postmodern period as historian Linda Nochlin argues in her book, The Body in Pieces. Similar to Walter Benjamin's glass “Arcades,” where the display of urban capital was the structure one passed through, and whose own search for an aesthetics of modernism Berman's work so clearly echoes and parallels, but whose fragments were never able to fully coalesce. Apr 28, 2005 - In the specific case of sound and dance, the rhythm of a dancing body (as a bio-physical, but also cultural and social entity) results from an immanent virtual state of dis-solution (the body as a fluid multiplicity of uncontrollable, infinitesimal . Jan 26, 2014 - I signed up to get email notifications from the Royal Shakespeare Company in case tickets for the stage versions of “Wolf Hall” and “Bringing Up the Bodies” ever become available. An important aspect about the body of his work and his commitment to his particular style, one closely aligned to Rothenberg's 'prophetic' tradition, is that it is in the tradition of what other poets of his time were writing. So for Derrida our language is chipped through with metaphysical moments, fragments in or language. May 17, 2013 - A wide body of scientific knowledge is now telling us what many have long intuitively sensed – humans are a fundamentally social species, formed through and for social interaction, and most of our behaviour is habitual”. Perhaps nowhere more so than in the portraiture, we are invited to recognise the immense virtue of that interval where a subject, a viewer and a fragment of the world in which we share are joined together, and made meaningful in The invisible American dead are legion, and as evanescent and elusive as the deer themselves — their legacy no less proud, their deeds mostly buried alongside their bodies. Of Dieste's book hanging from the clothesline was clearer, steadier, more reasonable, thought Amalfitano, than anything they'd seen on the outskirts of Santa Teresa or in the city itself, images with no handhold, images freighted with all the orphanhood in the world, fragments, fragments. (4) I have seen recent medical texts without a single whole body image. 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. Jul 2, 2013 - This line, properly speaking, is both analogy and metaphor. Nov 23, 2013 - Berman recognized that the depersonalization of urban life was not only the trauma and drama of modernity, but, transfigured by literary expression, also a privileged site for individuality. Yet compelling at the same time.