Figures of Alterity and Distance in the work of Maria Klonaris and Katerina Thomadaki
Keywords:image, icon, sublime, aesthetics
AbstractExperimental film and visual works by Klonaris and Thomadaki suggest that specific visions of alterity and distance produce a new sort of liberty of expression, iconic imaging and body figures. Because of Klonaris and Thomadaki’s intensive structures of disasters and visual nonlinearity it is possible to theorise domains of influence against the hegemonic discourses. It is a constant productive change that makes interesting suggestions for agency in dealing with others and distance. Their work articulates a real and pervasive figure of embodied experience in connection with sophisticated theoretical interpersonal confrontations and relations to media technology.
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