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La rostrificación del cuerpo abyecto en el entorno de las redes sociales

Keywords: social network , faciality , self-portrait , pornography , contra-sexuality

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The popularization of the use of new media and technological devices has caused a number of changes in the forms of production, consumption and distribution of our bodies’ images. Thanks to the alienated prospect that encourage the interconnected intimate spaces, some social network users have begun to carry out a process of “dehumanization”, dislocating the conventional anatomo-political hierarchies avoiding to approach to our bodily organs as univocal semantic units, to understand them as semiotic elements susceptible to experiment processes of resignification. Specifically, these users avoid to deal with the face as a part of the body that summarizes the individual’s identity metonymically, implementing and making effective that idea that Deleuze and Guattari proposed in a purely theoretical level: these Internet users conduct a “faciality” of the body, by which they achieve to des-organize the traditional distributive criteria of the human body, exhibiting obscenely a disordered embodiment.

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