Monstrosity: The Human Monster in Visual Culture

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    Cover story. Alter Ego Wright, A. Alter Ego. Kreuzberg, Bethanien, Berlin, Germany. After Image Wright, A. After Image. Conversation Piece Wright, A. Conversation Piece. Ormeau Baths Gallery, Belfast. Out of Order Wright, A. Out of Order. Alter ego Wright, A. Alter ego. Opera interna Wright, A.

    Monstrosity: the human monster in visual culture

    Opera interna. Centro the Historia , Zaragoza, Spain. Bow Arts Trust, London. Conversation piece: a speech-based interactive art installation Wright, A. Conversation piece: a speech-based interactive art installation. Augsburg, Germany. Semblance and resemblance: the face in art and medicine Wright, A. Semblance and resemblance: the face in art and medicine. University of Toronto 26 - 27 Apr Opera interna: first act Wright, A.

    Opera interna: first act.

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    Incheon Multicultural Centre, Korea. Interactivity and identification: alter ego and conversation piece Wright, A. Interactivity and identification: alter ego and conversation piece. FILE Symposium. Interactivity and identification: a discussion of conversation piece and other recent works Wright, A. Interactivity and identification: a discussion of conversation piece and other recent works. Healthcare, Technology and Place Conference.

    University of Toronto 03 - 04 May National Portrait Gallery, Edinburgh. The Forum, Norwich. At the edge of my-self Wright, A. At the edge of my-self. But what is the function of a monster? Why do we need to embody and represent what is monstrous? This book investigates the appearance of the human monster in Western culture, both historically and in our contemporary society.

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    It argues that images of real rather than fictional human monsters help us both to identify and to interrogate what constitutes normality; we construct what is acceptable in humanity by depicting what is not quite acceptable. By exploring theories and examples of abnormality, freakishness, madness, otherness and identification, Alexa Wright demonstrates how monstrosity and the monster are social and cultural constructs.

    However, it soon becomes clear that the social function of the monster - however altered a form it takes - remains constant; it is societal self-defense allowing us to keep perceived monstrosity at a distance. Through engaging with the work of Michel Foucault, Julia Kristeva and Canguilhem to name but a few Wright scrutinizes and critiques the history of a mode of thinking. She reassesses and explodes conventional concepts of identity, obscuring the boundaries between what is 'normal' and what is not.

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