Prompted by a summary of Derrida's position by the Art Historian Donald Prezziozi in 'The Art of Art History':
'An 'otherness' always inhabits a work, and no artistic expression can ever be an unmediated manifestation of emotion or thought' (271).
I have shown the video accompanied by three drawings of fragments of photocopies of photographs of the eyes of performance artists: Vito Acconci, Gina Pane and Marina Abramovic.
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