Artaud's Metamorphosis: From Hieroglyphs to Bodies without Organs • Jay Murphy
Pavement Books / 2016
Paperback / 301 pages

Despite being one of the most influential artists and writers of the mid-20th Century, Antonin Artaud’s voice remains inadequately deciphered. Artaud’s Metamorphosis is the first book on the transformation from his ‘early’ to ‘late’ work, and it shows how the ‘final’ Artaud leads straight into our digital present. This Artaud will alter how you think of media, the virtual, the political, and thought itself.

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