Representation of the Body in Polish Art after 1989 - Towards a history of Polish art after 1989

by Pabijanek, Katarzyna
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Pabijanek, Katarzyna Representation of the Body in Polish Art after 1989 - Towards a history of Polish art after 1989
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Description

The book focuses on representations of the body in
contemporary Polish art. It explores the approach of
artists towards the subject of individuality;
specifically, and investigates the gendered body as
material for art. The central claim is that art
produced in Poland after 1989 is a documentation of a
process the process of the reestablishment of art
within the nation.Analyzing works of art produced by
various Polish artists after 1989, the author proves
that they use the body as a medium for recording the
changing condition of the individual in Poland. Works
by Kozyra, Kulik, ebrowska and mijewski are shown
in the context of the shift from the singualrity and
inclusiveness of the category body the multiplicity
and plurality of subject positions, and art becoms a
cultural strategy that modifies and extends the range
of existing cultural categories, adopting them to the
particular anti-patriarchal and anti-exclusionary
interests.

Contributors

Author:
Pabijanek, Katarzyna

Further information

Biography Artist:
Curator, writer and academic researcher.Her areas of work
include: modern and contemporary art, computing in the arts,
theories of technology and culture.Member of curatorial
collective KéM Csoport working on visual and sound art projects
in Budapest. Lives and works in Budapest and Warsaw.
Language:
English
Number of Pages:
88
Media Type:
Softcover
Publisher:
VDM Verlag Dr. Müller

Master Data

Product Type:
Paperback book
Package Dimensions:
0.214 x 0.15 x 0.012 m; 0.119 kg
GTIN:
09783639106107
DUIN:
TSAA4JEN910
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