Disturbation

Dis`tur`ba´tion


n.1.Act of disturbing; disturbance.
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In the next stage of development, the soil was affected by a slight pseudogleyization, followed by cryogenic disturbation (parallel-arranged fissures) and finally recalcification.
Disturbational objects are intended to bruise sensibilities, to offend good taste, to jeer and sneer and trash the consciousness of viewers formed by the very values disturbation regards as oppressive.
Photography, with its connotations of showing reality, is a marvelous enhancement of disturbation in her case.
And disturbation has roots that go back to the very beginnings of art, where the artist aspired to a kind of magic, in which, for example, a god might descend into what began as a mere theatrical presentation.