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Lu Yang

An Artist in Transformation

Ari Heinrich, Livia Monnet, and Gabriel Remy-Handfield

source of inspiration in so-called contemporary art. To tell the truth, psychology offers more” ( Pollack 2018: 253 ). As a child, Lu Yang was admitted frequently to hospital; 2 could this early familiarity with hospital environments have provided a

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Challenging Binaries in Posthuman Worlds

An Analysis of Lu Yang's The Great Adventure of Material World

Jori Snels

generally considered to be: (1) perpetually in a state of becoming; and (2) always in relation to its environments ( Braidotti 2013 ; Haraway 2016 ). The posthuman subject is thus not only always fluid but also formed through their entanglement with other

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On Sinofuturism

Resisting Techno-Orientalism in Understanding Kuaishou, Douyin, and Chinese A.I.

Yunying Huang

Chinese internet has merged with this new surreal reality to become not only the environment where people consume popular culture but also a platform upon which to produce culture. The surreal has become both the foundation of, and the raw material for

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Toward a Queer Sinofuturism

Ari Heinrich, Howard Chiang, and Ta-wei Chi

, if any, are the genders of queer Sinofuturism? Can old therapies be updated to address contemporary corporeality in ways that queer both the past and the future of virility and of the environment? In short, can an aesthetic critique of queer

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Films and Existential Feelings

Jens Eder

Marienberg’s definition [2012]). (1) Pre-intentional bodily feelings can be differentiated according to the pleasant or unpleasant sensations of proprioception and exteroception that orient bodies towards their environments, other bodies, and material

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Solitude in Pixels

Lu Yang's Digital Figuration of Corporeality

Pao-chen Tang

architectural structures and unpopulated natural environments. Reflecting on the motivation behind his creation of Doku, Lu suggests: “On a planet where time and space no longer limit our minds, to live is to create and explore. Emptiness and loneliness become

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Cinemautism

Steven Eastwood

population. The general public remains largely unaware of what everyday life is like for those people with autism who have no special abilities and who struggle to make sense of the complex social environment to which they are required to adapt. Post- Rain

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Genital Call and Genitals on Trial: by Giegold & Weiß (nGbK, 2014)

Karen Fiss

the trappings of a bar, party, or other social encounter made the legal requirement of revealing one’s genital assignment seem that much more absurd and discriminatory. Within the exhibit’s environment of chatter, dimmed lights, and beer for sale, we

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A Compassionate Look

Ryan Schowen

environment, if viewed on a mobile device) to position the viewer “outside” of the exhibit’s ostensible “inside.” From this position, the viewer is primed to consume the photographs in the exhibit. Through this epistemic and corporeal framing, “A Journey

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Lu Yang

Planetary Techno-Orientalism

Christophe Thouny

across the three ecologies of the environment (natural and human), the social (defined by its leaks), and human subjectivity (both cognitive and affective) ( Guattari et al. 2000 ) and taking form in the fourth ecology, media ecology. Toshiya Ueno