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Subject of/to the camera: embodied subjectivity and the mind/body split in Undressing My Mother

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Abstract:

Older women are usually not the subjects of film but Ken Wardrop's Undressing My Mother uses a variety of strategies including defamiliarization, voice-over and the separation of sound and image to disrupt the conventional ways of viewing and understanding older women and thus create a cultural space for exploring such subjectivities.

Keywords: ABJECTION; EMBODIED SUBJECTIVITY; FE MINISM; MIND/BODY DUALITY; OBJECTIFICATION; SYNCHRONOUS SOUND

Document Type: Research Article

DOI: https://doi.org/10.1386/sfs.1.1.103_1

Publication date: 2010-06-01

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