ROROTOKO: Body Modern

By Michael Sappol
ROROTOKO

Body Modern (Michael Sappol)Body Modern bombards the reader with images from the works of Fritz Kahn because Kahn’s pictures were one very remarkable, but now mostly forgotten, part of a pictorial/media regime change, a cultural revolution that aimed to remake the relationship between text, image, and body, and remake, perhaps re-engineer, human subjectivity.

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