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Urban Exposures

  title={Urban Exposures},
  author={Panizza Allmark},
Unlike the traditional notion of the sublime, which is a masculine aesthetic, my photographic work explores the uncanny, a feminist counter aesthetic, and the urban environment. I describe my work as a photographie feminine, writing the traces of the feminine body. Importantly I address the contradictions and dichotomies of the feminine that exist within the periphery of the city. Key terms: uncanny, photography, sexuality, feminine, night. The city is a place of paradox. The city offers… 
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Deathsong of the River : A Reader's Guide to the Chinese TV Series Heshang
during a specific time period. A tighter framework would have enabled the author to identify, for instance, what specific economic and managerial leverages were available only to the top Chinese
Landscape and Agency
‘ The Reader ’ s Guide ’ , in Su Xiaokang and Wang Luxiang , Deathsong of the River : A Reader ’ s Guide to the Chinese TV Series Heshang , trans
  • 1991
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