Body, Sign and Double: a Parallel Analysis of Elaine Shemilt’s Doppelganger, Federica Marangoni’s The Box of Life and Sanja Ivekovic ́’s Instructions N°1 and Make up - Make down

Laura Leuzzi (Lead / Corresponding author), Stephen Partridge, Elaine Shemilt

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    Abstract

    Body, identity, self-representation, sexuality, stereotypical images of women portrayed by the society and the media, and the condition of female professional artists: these themes were expressed and developed in several early video works in the 70s and early 80s by women artists that didn’t have direct knowledge or contact between each other. This simultaneity of thematic is an unusual phenomenon that reveals common, contemporary sensibilities within both Europe and the USA.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationmedia art
    Subtitle of host publicationTowards a New Definition of Arts in the Age of Technology
    EditorsValentino Catricalà
    Place of PublicationPistoia
    PublisherGli Ori
    Pages97-103
    Number of pages7
    ISBN (Print)9788873365648
    Publication statusPublished - 2015

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    Keywords

    • media art
    • Feminist critique
    • Video art

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    Leuzzi, L., Partridge, S., & Shemilt, E. (2015). Body, Sign and Double: a Parallel Analysis of Elaine Shemilt’s Doppelganger, Federica Marangoni’s The Box of Life and Sanja Ivekovic ́’s Instructions N°1 and Make up - Make down. In V. Catricalà (Ed.), media art : Towards a New Definition of Arts in the Age of Technology (pp. 97-103 ). Gli Ori.