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April 9, 2008

Kate James is a second year graduate student in the Visual Arts Program at MIT. She describes:

The term costume connotes performance, (re)-enactment, character, and occasion. When the body is clad in a costume, it is a knowingly performative body. The rhetorical engagement with costume in the stage of the everyday allows for new methods of corporeal engagement, new ways the body can inhabit and interact with its environments.” more…

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