Obscene Supplements, or, What We Talk About When We Talk About Death
This collection of essays interrogates the processes of production and commodification. Writing from a diverse range of perspectives, the authors explore issues of political, cultural and academic production in a postmodern context. These essays trace the ways in which we produce our material life, culture, literature and architecture. The authors explore how these link up to questions of collective image and identity.
Mary Anne Franks, Obscene Supplements, or, What We Talk About When We Talk About Death Postmodern Productions (2001).