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In Self-Portraits, Sarah Lucas employs Barthes' notion of the punctum like an overused punch line: forcing an intentional moment when the puzzle pieces come together and trigger a 'prick'. To bring together the object of analysis -Lucas' selfportraits -and the text of analysis, I employ in writing the same intentional punctum (a rupturing of the prose through the written repetition of themes, arguments and questions) that Lucas employs through photography. This adaption in writing of Lucas'doi:10.1386/jaws.3.1-2.91_1 fatcat:wlz4etfkgrabxcgvdyqhw6adsy