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Science’s Monsters, Monstrous Feminisms

Science’s Monsters, Monstrous Feminisms

Alison Roth Cooley In the summer of 2012, at the Tate modern, I line up to see Damien Hirst’s major retrospective with my mother. The line is so long we won’t be able to get in for several hours. People want to see Damien Hirst. I want to see Damien Hirst. I have always suspected that I hate him, hate his work. When I tell my colleague, an ally in vegetarian feminism, that I...

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Trinocular Vision, Mini Mona Lisas and the Perfect Drug: Seeing the Unseen

Trinocular Vision, Mini Mona Lisas and the Perfect Drug: Seeing the Unseen

Sarah Walko Part I: The Sea There was neither non-existence nor existence; there was neither the realme of space nor the sky, which is beyond. What stirred? Where? – The Rig Veda The mantis shrimp is a marine crustacean with eyes that are considered to be one of the most complex in the animal kingdom. They have such advanced vision and incredibly colorful bodies that it is suggested their evolution of color vision has...

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