Muller, Vivienne (2006) Abject d'art. M - C Journal, 9(5), pp. 1-3.
Central to the embalmer’s and mortician’s art is an interesting paradox- the signification of death without physical corruption of the body. Howarth’s analysis of the “humanization techniques” in sustaining the fiction of living, points not only to “theatrical strategies” involved, but to the necessary concealment of the artist (the embalmer, the undertaker) in the process.
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|Divisions:||Current > QUT Faculties and Divisions > Creative Industries Faculty|
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