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Intracorporeal Entanglement, and other provocations of the gestating body

Monro-Allison, Julie


To gestate is to exist in a mode of corporeal ambiguity. The gestating woman is intimately entwined with another, embodying a condition of physiological and philosophical entanglement as she brings another body, another being, into existence from within the interior of her body. In this research I seek to articulate the phenomenological significance and biological complexity of the gestating body in non-figurative works of art, pursuing this objective through a studio practice encompassing...[Show more]

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Date published: 2021
Type: Thesis (PhD) - Exegesis
DOI: 10.25911/XHCJ-2125


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