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Margaret Shaffer <[log in to unmask]>
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Tue, 26 Jul 2022 16:51:01 +0000
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Dear Colleague,

The latest issue of Screen Bodies: The Journal of Embodiment, Media Arts, and Technology has published! his special issue focuses on critically acclaimed new media artist and rising star, Lu Yang.

Please visit the Berghahn website for more information about the journal:

Volume 7, Issue 1
Lu Yang: An Artist in Transformation

Lu Yang: An Artist in Transformation
Ari Heinrich, Livia Monnet, and Gabriel Remy-Handfield 

Part 1: Early Works
An Otaku with Chinese Characteristics?: Localizing Japanese ACG Currents in Lu Yang’s The Beast
Fred Shan 

Lu Yang’s Cancer Baby: Coercions of the Image
Jennifer Dorothy Lee 

Part 2: Approaches to The Great Adventure of (the) Material World—Game Film
“Like a Dream, an Illusion, a Drop of Dew, a Flash of Lightning”: Buddhist (Un)reality, Thought Experiments, and the “Ecological Dharma Eye” in Lu Yang’s Material World Knight Game Film
Livia Monnet 

Challenging Binaries in Posthuman Worlds: An Analysis of Lu Yang’s The Great Adventure of Material World
Jori Snels 

Part 3: Bodies, Embodiments, and the Human
Aesthetics of Futurism: Lu Yang’s Art and an Organological Redefinition of the Human in the Planetary Age
Hai Ren 

The Aesthetic of Grotesque in Lu Yang’s Delusional Mandala and Delusional World
Gabriel Remy-Handfield 

Part 4: Collaboration and Curating
Cyclic Existence, Iteration, and Digital Transcendence: Lu Yang’s Live Motion Capture Performances
Ashley Lee Wong 

Pushing the Boundaries: Curating LuYang, a Global Artist Embedded in Local Situatedness
Nora Gantert and Malte Lin-Kröger 

Part 5: Doku and the Condition of the Digital Avatar
Solitude in Pixels: Lu Yang’s Digital Figuration of Corporeality
Pao-chen Tang 

Avatar vs. Artist
Barbara Pollack 

Lu Yang: Planetary Techno-Orientalism
Christophe Thouny 

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