Auteur Gwenn-Aël Lynn is a transdisciplinary artist who builds interactive installations that combine scents, sound, and technolog...
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Gwenn-Aël Lynn is a transdisciplinary artist who builds interactive installations that combine scents, sound, and technology to pose questions about identity, culture, and the political.
Debra Riley Parr is Associate Professor in the Art and Art History Department at Columbia College Chicago. Her current research concerns olfactory art and design in contemporary culture.
Résumé This book claims a political value for olfactory artworks by situating them squarely in the contemporary moment of various forms of political resistance.
1 Olfactory Politics in Black Diasporic Art 2 Perfumes, Shea Butter, and Black Soap: The Smell of Resistance 3 Common Scents, a Social Sense of Smell: Orientation, Territory and the Evidence of Beings 4 The Political Potential of Smoke 5 Olfactory Resistance at the End of the World 6 Eco-olfactory Art: Experiencing the Stories of the Air We Breathe 7 Olfactivism: Scents in the City and Beyond 8 Is There Empathy through Breathing? 9 Olfaction as Radical Collaboration 10 Chrysanthemum Powder and Other Interspecies Scent Rituals 11 Eat Your Makeup: Perfume, Drag, and the Transgressions of Queer Subjects under Capitalism 12 Scented Bodies: Perfuming as Resistance and a Subversive Identity Statement 13 Women's Smell: Towards a New Representation of the Body 14 Scent and Seduction: The Power of Smell in the Stories of Katherine Mansfield 15 The Olfactory Counter-monument: Active Smelling and the Politics of Wonder in the Contemporary Museum 16 Shaking Off Disinterested Contemplation: Toward a New Aesthetics of Smell 17 Malodors and Miasmas: The Political Potential of Working with Smell 18 Enteric Aesthetics
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Olfactory Art and the Political in an Age of Resistance