These unruly, often abstract, practices engaged a politics of Eros, and fluid notions of sexuality and subjectivity, through diverse formal, theoretical and political means. We will read texts drawn from the fields of art history and art criticism, feminism, political science, psychoanalysis, critical race theory, literature, and queer theory to make better sense of the upheavals both the work of art and the world at large underwent in this period. Our thinking will be guided by themes regarding the body, technology, and failure, freedom and feminism, and the politics and aesthetics of breakdown, sexuality, and violence.
Pulldown to refresh. Wow I should be the one blown up. She thinks shes going to be famous one day and have a drink named after her?
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Look deep into this page, very deeply. Listen to yourself breathe, block out everything around you and relax. You have just entered the world according to Sailesh, The Uncensored Hypnotist.
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Focusing on creative practice as an engine for cultural change and innovation. View work by Stamps faculty, graduate students and undergraduate students, and learn about their research, methodology and creative practice. Sacred, Psychotic, Erotic is a performative and material exploration of the intersection of personal religious, psychological, and sexual experiences.
Erotomania is listed in the DSM-5 as a subtype of a delusional disorder. The object of the delusion is typically a male who is unattainable due to high social or financial status, marriage or disinterest. Delusions of reference are common, as the erotomanic individual often perceives that they are being sent messages from the secret admirer through innocuous events such as seeing license plates from specific states.