cremaster


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cremaster

(krɪˈmæstə)
n
the muscle which raises and lowers the testiclesthe hook-like protuberance at the end of a chrysalis from which it hangs
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Gilded chrysler's day" evokes Matthew Barney's film Cremaster 3, which centers on the construction of the Chrysler building.
Endotoxin enhaces microvascular thrombosis in mouse cremaster venules via a TKR4-dependent, neutrophil-independent mechanism.
The pupa is also cryptic and pupation occurs on the stem of the host plant, where the pupa remains attached to the substrate only by the cremaster, resembling a piece of broken branch (Fig.
Topics include what imagining has to do with images, bio-ethics and luminous ores, what kind of relationship exists between visibility and overlooking, synchronies of vision and touch, the schematism of the modalities, Carsten Holler's SOMA and Matthew Barney's Cremaster, embodying the cave in phenomenal art, experimentally induced psychosis in nineteen century France, the strange friendship of Wolgang Pauli and Carl Jung, Naoko Tanaka's "Die Scheinwerferin," patterns which connect, the Modern Projection Planetarium, planetary design, staging nature, fantasy in a non-given world, seeing red, dance as an embodied fantasy of writing, self-portraits in Facebook, spiegelei, Matthew Barney, Hiroshi Sugimoto, and Adolph Menze.
This reader, at least, was less inspired to do likewise with Matthew Barney's Cremaster cycle, to describe which Taylor turns back to the flashy puns of 1980s postmodern rhetorics.
Postmodern painters like Julian Schnabel (Before Night Falls, Basquiat), Matthew Barney (the Cremaster series), David Salle (Search and Destroy), Robert Longo (Johnny Mnemonic), and Cindy Sherman (Office Killer) increasingly use film and video to express their ideas.
Matthew Barney's Cremaster Cycle (19942002) of five films varying in length from 40 minutes to 3 hours seems another prime candidate for viewing within a gallery space rather than the theatrical settings in which the cycle toured in 2010--but for the opposite reason from Fifth Night.
Indeed, the Detroit performance featured the wreckage of a car (a 1967 Chrysler Crown Imperial, a ride familiar from the final installment of the artist's Cremaster cycle) first dredged from the Rouge River and then sacrificed to a smelter; the show's title work and centerpiece is built around artifacts produced by that industrial transubstantiation.
A new composite flap model in the rat: combined cremaster muscle and pubic bone flap, Ann Plast Surg, 60(6): 692-7.
e] theorie implique le role du muscle cremaster qui, par des contractions pathologiques, peut induire des torsions chez les sujets souffrant d'une pathologie neuromusculaire [sup.
While Jackson's music, dance and video reveal a body that makes high art from street dance and which creates a musical discourse of racial equality that denies the centrality of color and ethnicity, Michael Jackson's bodily transformations went even further in much the style of Barney's Cremaster in vivo or Orlan's autobiographical scriptings on the skin.
The mouse cremaster preparation used in this study was similar to that described previously (Sanz et al.