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Title Consuming bodies : sex and contemporary Japanese art / edited by Fran Lloyd.

Published London : Reaktion Books, 2002.

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 UniM Bail  704.94280952 CONS    AVAILABLE
Physical description 224 pages : illustrations (chiefly colour) ; 25cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Introduction: Critical Reflections / Fran Lloyd 9 -- 1 Sex and Consumerism in Edo Japan / Timon Screech 23 -- 2 Sex and Consumerism: the Japanese State of the Arts / Nicholas Bornoff 41 -- 3 Strategic Interventions in Contemporary Japanese Art / Fran Lloyd 69 -- 4 'Made in Occupied Japan'--Performance / BuBu Shimada, Yoshiko Shimada 109 -- 5 Post-identity Kawaii: Commerce, Gender and Contemporary Japanese Art / Yuko Hasegawa 127 -- 6 Place of Marginal Positionality: Legacies of Japanese Anti-Modernity / Midori Matsui 142 -- 7 Tokyo's Urban and Sexual Transformations: Performance Art and Digital Cultures / Stephen Barber 166 -- Afterword: Japanese Pop Culture and the Eradication of History / Yoshiko Shimada 186 -- BuBu's Diary 192.
Summary Consuming Bodies explores the themes of sex and consumerism in contemporary Japanese art and how they connect with the wider conditions of modern Japanese culture. Engaging with performance, digital media, painting, sculpture and including the diary of a sex worker, it features essays by writers, historians, curatorians, curators and artists. With more than 160 powerful and sometimes controversial images, this book is bound to provoke debate about this little-discussed aspect of Japanese culture.
Other author Lloyd, Fran.
Subject Art, Japanese -- 20th century.
Art, Japanese -- 21st century.
Sex in art.
ISBN 1861891474 (paperback)