Tag Archives: photography

Supermasochist: Art & Adoration

I write this post as an academic interested in the intersection of disability theory and performance art and as a fan. I have been interested in Bob Flanagan, his life and his works, since I first saw Sick, the documentary about Flanagan directed … Continue reading

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Markings: Stereotypic Formations and Transgressions

I was late to arrive to the latest version of Star Trek (2009) but, what I did discover when I saw it was that the narrative of the marked body has, disappointedly, not changed. In the latest installment, the Romulans, an … Continue reading

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