- Title Pages
- Introduction: approaching abjection
1Abjection, art and bare life
2Queering abjection: a lesbian, feminist and Canadian perspective
3Manet’s abject Surrealism
4Juan Davila’s abject after-image
5Animals, art, abjection
6The fragmented body as an index of abjection
7Skin, body, self: the question of the abject in the work of Francis Bacon
8Abjection, melancholia and ambiguity in the works of Catherine Bell
10Art is on the way: from the abject opening of Underworld to the shitty ending of Oblivion
11Base materials: performing the abject object
- Abject Visions
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