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Brice DellspergerBrice Dellsperger’s Body Double

Text by Marie Canet

Brice Dellsperger's Body Double is the first monograph ever published on the artist's already cult film productions, with a long essay by art historian Marie Canet that addresses filmic remake, but also issues of models, gender politics, and representational chaos. Consisting in a large body of unpublished images, the book also invites the reader backstage—as in Kenneth Anger's Hollywood Babylon, after which this book is modeled—into the Dellspergian camp film factory, to get a closer look at the characters and personas that populate the Body Double series, and that are creations both of the artist and of his main performer and muse, Jean-Luc Verna.

Co-published with Toastink Press


July 2011, English
17.8 x 25 cm, 208 pages, 185 b/w ill., softcover
ISBN 978-1-934105-43-6
€30.00

























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