Inside the Death Drive
Excess and Apocalypse in the World of the Chapman Brothers
Edited by Jonathan Harris
1 Introduction: The Future Remains Excluded: Beyond the Pleasure Principle,‘Slow-Motion Fascism’ and the Chapman Brothers (and Sisters) - Jonathan Harris 2 Quartered, Drawn and Hung (Chapman, Chapman, Condo and McCarthy) - Simon Baker 3 Hanged, Drawn and Quartered or Goya after the Chapmans - Parveen Adams 4 Surreal Documentation’: Lee Miller’s Artistic Representation of Dachau and Buchenwald - Lynn Hilditch 5 AES+F – More Than Just a Matter of (Bad) Taste - Kerstin Mey 6 After Bad Taste: Tracey Emin’s Work on Abortion and Other Confessions - Outi Remes 7 Empathic Relations: Rebecca Belmore and Faye HeavyShield - Christine Conley 8 Inside the Death Drive - A conversation between Jake Chapman and Jonathan Harris 9 Report to the Academy- Sylvère Lotringer
It will no doubt be of interest to fans of the Chapman Brothers. Also to students studying critical theory, art history or perhaps psychoanalytical theory. It will thrill those who wish, “… to focus attention on the dynamic construction of art histories as stimulated by the act of exposition”.
Size: 234 x 156 mm
Publication: June 11, 2010
Series: Tate Liverpool Critical Forum 11