By Dorothea Olkowski
The paintings of up to date artist Mary Kelly has been imperative to Olkowski's considering. In Kelly she reveals an artist at paintings whose artistic acts are in themselves the break of illustration as an entire, and the textual content is illustrated with Kelly's paintings. This unique and provocative account of Deleuze contributes considerably to a severe feminist politics and philosophy, in addition to to an figuring out of feminist art.
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