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Articles by Elizabeth S. Cohen:

Listening to Bodies: Bio-Narratives of the Self

My work on phantom limb phenomenon began with a series of artworks that explored ideas of the social affects of trauma and illness. I then turned my attention to other projects, but came back to it, and wanted to address this subject more directly. At that time, I had been doing work that explored ideas and constructions of subjectivity using 16mm film, video, photographs and three-dimensional materials.

This post is in: 3. Co-evolutionary Cultural and Aesthetic Practices,Phantom Limb (2004)

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