Barbara Kruger : You Are NOT YOURSELF ('83/84) - FRAGMENTED, BROKEN MIRROR, TENSION, NEGATION OF IDENTITY: Cultural Theory of schizophrenic subject (POSTMODERN) and dissolution of self

VC501 – Dissertation Preperation: Anti-Consumerism and Culture

This is called Untitled (You are not yourself), by Barbara Kruger, This is another edited image by here with a very direct message addressing feminism.

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Shirin Neshat

obliteratedheart: “ Shirin Neshat, Women of Allah Metropolitan Museum of Art: This photograph forms part of Neshat’s Women of Allah series, created between 1993 and 1997 after the artist’s first trip.

Barbara Kruger - Untitled (Your body is a battleground) | The Broad

“Untitled (Your Body Is a Battleground)”, 1989 “Untitled (Your Body Is a Battleground)”, ©Barbara Kruger

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Life of Alan Turing (The Body is a Machine Alan Turing age 2008

Shirin Neshat

Shirin Neshat iraq artist depicting arabic writing with symbols of violence to speak out against the wrongs in her homeland.

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Life of Alan Turing (The Body is a Machine Alan Turing age 2008

Gillian Wearing OBE, '‘Everything is connected in life...’' 1992–3

vuls: “Gillian Wearing OBE, ‘Everything is connected in life…’ ”

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By inviting subjects to write their thoughts all over his photographs, Magnum photographer Jim Goldberg is questioning visual language.

Shirin Neshat, Untitled, 1996. RC print and ink (photo taken by Larry Barns).

hirshhorn: “ Shirin Neshat, “Untitled (Women of Allah),” 1996 Ink on RC print On view in “Shirin Neshat: Facing History”/Second Level ”

Jim Goldberg

By inviting subjects to write their thoughts all over his photographs, Magnum photographer Jim Goldberg is questioning visual language.

Framed US/77 by Victor Burgin

Framed US/77 by Victor Burgin

Shirin Neshat, Speechless, 1996. Gelatin silver print and ink.

Shirin Neshat, Speechless, 1996. Gelatin silver print and ink.

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