Bad girls and sick boys : fantasies in contemporary art and culture
Kauffman, Linda S., 1949-
Bad girls and sick boys : fantasies in contemporary art and culture / Linda S. Kauffman.
Berkeley, Calif. : University of California Press, c1998.
xii, 328 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 271-302) and index.
Also issued online.
- Contemporary art exhibitionists
- Cutups in beauty school
- Impolitic bodies: Race and desire
- Sex Work: Producing porn
- David Cronenberg's surreal abjection
- J.G. Ballard's atrocity exhibitions
- Criminal writing: John Hawkes and Robert Coover
- New inquisitions: Kathy Acker and William Vollmann
- Masked Passions: Meese, Mercy, and American Psycho.
Bad Girls and Sick Boys turns the pornography debate on its head by posing new questions: What is fantasy? What fantasies circulate throughout popular culture, in the media, and on the Right? What function does the avant-garde have in a culture that co-opts every subversive act? How are novelists, filmmakers, and performance artists using technology and the human body to map the fin-de-millennium environment that already envelops us?
- Subject headings
Cronenberg, David, 1943-
Ballard, J. G.,--1930-
- Kinsey subjects
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