aeriality


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aeriality

(ˌɛərɪˈælɪtɪ)
n
literary the quality of being aerial; insubstantiality
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Scholars have written extensively about vertical surveillance as an extension of aeriality.
Vertical surveillance, aeriality, air traffic management, geopolitics, aviation safety, aeromobilities
Linda Hutcheon and Mary Russo (17) highlight Fevvers' parodic feminization revealing a decentered politics of representation, and Russo goes further by claiming that the winged heroine "revamping spectacle" unveils how the cultural production conceals work, sweat and materiality via stylized spectacle, and how Fevvers enacts the grotesquely deformed female body as cultural construct in order to reclaim it and to rechart aeriality as a corporeal space of revisionary repetitions and new possibilities.