BLACK MIRROR ONE -- Embodiment.
London: Fulgur Esoterica, 2016. Limited Edition. A FINE PREMIUM CLOTH COPY in fine dust jacket. Printed in full color. Custom mirror black end papers that matching Volume Zero. 124 pages. Tall octavo. Black Mirror is a peer-reviewed series that seeks to examine ways in which the occult and the esoteric have been at the very heart of art and artists since the beginning of the modernist period. The volume has been compiled with the aid and comfort of a group of practicing artists and researchers. Hence, this volume includes not only essays on contemporary and modernist work, but also introduces several new works by skilled international artists. Contents: Ingestion and Descent: The Chthonic Realms of Leonora Carrington -- Susan L. Aberth; The Dark Mark: Tattoo as Ritual of Transformation. -- Natan Alexander; Self-Obliteration through Self-Love -- David Burrows; Etruscan Monochromes -- Gean Moreno; Transformation of the Everyday Material Magic in Jan Švankmajer's Art and Films -- Kristoffer Noheden; Le Bal: Bewitching the Classical Body -- Katerina Pantelides; Embodying the Androgyne: Psychoanalysis and Alchemical Desire in Max Ernst's "Men Shall Know Nothing of This" (1923) -- Daniel Zamani. Tall Octavo. (Item ID: FUL-BM1)