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The Kitsch Glitch: A practice-based exploration of lived experience and the impact cultural heritage has on cancer
The Kitsch Glitch is a personal investigation of the impact of cultural shame and stigmatisation on the lived experience of breast cancer. My point of departure was the apparent inability of my inherited (Russian-Jewish) culture to admit any discursive practices that would do justice to such a lived experience. Influenced by family history, kitsch aesthetics, and glitch theory, I sought to combine these components in order to produce a set of works that open a space in which the receiveddoi:10.26190/unsworks/24121 fatcat:mxbu7h6bjjdjrhqrppoo74ss6a