AbstractCasey Jenkins's performance art and a qualitative analysis of the vitriolic comments about it of members of the public in a UK national newspaper. Redefining pornography as 'the new explicit' because of the artist's autonomy and (non-monetised) control over her work.
CitationRees, Emma L. E. (2018). Revolting Women: Performing the New Explicit. in Harrison, K. & Ogden, C. A. (eds). Pornographies: Critical Positions (Issues in the Social Sciences 10). Chester, United Kingdom: University of Chester Press.
PublisherUniversity of Chester Press
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