Issue Details: First known date: 2000 2000
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The author discusses the concept of the Body without Organs. '[The] Body without Organs, is understood as a surface or plane upon which organs, machines, limbs, part(ial) objects and so forth, interconnect and assemble in a multiplicity of formations and regimes. Both fascist and anti-fascist or similarly paranoiac and schizophrenic Bodies without Organs are possible. But what differentiates the fascist from the anti-fascist or similarly the paranoiac from the schizophrenic Body without Organs is the manner and degree in which the regime or assemblage is capable of multiple interconnections...'


  • Epigraph: 'There can be no art without pain, there can be no pain without art'. (Alexandro Jodorowsky)

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First known date: 2000
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    y Retort Magazine Brentley Frazer , Red Hill : Brentley Frazer Communications , 2001- Z1168984 2001 website 'Retort Magazine is an electronic journal dedicated to the publication and presentation of new innovative, experimental cutting edge art and text in all disciplines. Retort Magazine publishes both fiction and non fiction on a semi-regular itinerary.' (Retort Magazine website) Red Hill : Brentley Frazer Communications , 2001-
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