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OUT OF STOCK Mapping the Body
The Body in Contemporary Life

Mapping The Body

The international group exhibition Mapping the Body is devoted to artistic examination of the conditions of corporeality at a time when we are seeing a steady rise in the body’s economic and media appropriation, when technological progress suggests a victory over physical limitations, and there are increasing confrontations between different political, religious and cultural ideas of sexuality and gender.

€28.00

  • Editor

    Galerie im Taxispalais, Julia Brennacher, Lena Nievers andJürgen Tabor

  • Text

    Julia Brennacher, Verena Gstir, Christina Nägele, Lena Nievers, Sabine Maria Schmidt, Jürgen Tabor, Christian Teckert

  • Design

    Tommi Bergmann, Schwaz

  • Language

    German/English

  • Details

    Paperback, 27 x 19 cm, 160 pages, ills. in color and b/w

  • ISBN

    978-3-903131-27-9

About the product

The international group exhibition Mapping the Body is devoted to artistic examination of the conditions of corporeality at a time when we are seeing a steady rise in the body’s economic and media appropriation, when technological progress suggests a victory over physical limitations, and there are increasing confrontations between different political, religious and cultural ideas of sexuality and gender.

How do social values, systems and technologies shape dealings with the human body? What are the relations between physicality and the development of identity and personality? In what images and formal languages is the transformation, education and disciplining of the body manifest? Caught between creating new awareness of physicality and concern over the loss of sovereignty and autonomy, the body is a medium in the struggle between world views. Mapping the body in today’s world means an investigation and exploration of globalized society, and how it is conveyed, developed and constructed.

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