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Volume 6, Issue 2
  • ISSN: 2040-5669
  • E-ISSN: 2040-5677

Abstract

Abstract

If the body is understood as a dynamic process of materialization, a becoming in relation to the world of which it is a part, then to engage with the movement behaviours of other forms of life is to orient the becoming of the body towards other ways of being in the world. Through its engagement with the movements and bodies of non-human plant and animal life, Karl Cronin’s Somatic Natural History Archive (SNHA) enacts a posthuman ethics, disrupting ‘the human’ with corporeal possibilities made available through the practice of embodiments derived from Cronin’s encounters with non-human others.

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