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Number 33 October 2015

Art as Parodic Practice

Edited by Marion May Campbell, Dominique Hecq, Jondi Keane and Antonia Pont



Marion May Campbell, Dominique Hecq and Jondi Keane
Art as parodic practice

Dominique Hecq
May 68: parodic rehearsals of the future in Lacan and Duras

Jondi Keane
To the very ground of meaning, to vary the ground of meaning

Darren Tofts
The culture of complaint, or ‘Postmodernism, an ode’

Aritha Van Herk
Implicit acts of filth: the parodic virtues of cleanliness

Antonia Pont
Pathology or intervention? – Deleuze’s masochism and its relation to parody

Stephen Abblitt
In the museyroom: a speculative genealogy of post-criticism

Barbara Bolt
After Motherwell, after Manet and after Goya: the performative power of imaging and the intensely present

Josephine Scicluna
Reverberation and the parodic: an invitation to the spaces of sound

A Frances Johnson
Dissident laughter: historiographic metafiction as parodic intervention in Benang and That Deadman Dance

Marion May Campbell
Having sex with capitalism: parodic in-citation in the prose poem sequence

Ania Walwicz




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TEXT Special Issue No 33 Art as Parodic Practice
October 2015
Editors: Marion May Campbell, Dominique Hecq, Jondi Keane and Antonia Pont
TEXT Special Issues Editor: Donna Lee Brien. Assistant Special Issues Editor: Dallas John Baker
General Editor: Nigel Krauth