Reappraising the Disappearing Body and the Disembodied Eye Through Multisensory Art
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This paper examines the mind/body dualism inherent in western culture, tracing some causes and consequences of the ‘disappearing body.’ It considers the complicity of the ‘disembodied eye’ in privileging the intellect over corporeality and proposes the more holistic approach of interactive and installation art as an antidote to this age-old mind/body split.
Coleman, M.: Reappraising the Disappearing Body and the Disembodied Eye Through Multisensory Art. Crossings: Ejournal of Art and Technology, 5, 1, 2010. doi:10.21427/D7VB4X