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Katerina Korola and Dave Burnham
Because of You, I Know that I Exist”: Doubling in Selfie Aesthetics.
This chapter section analyzes doubling as an aesthetic strategy in Claude Cahun’s “self portraits” and argues that doubling is an important aesthetic strategy in selfies, through close readings of selfies by Reina Gossett and Vivek Shraya.
Nicole Erin Morse is a PhD candidate in Cinema and Media Studies, writing a dissertation on selfie aesthetics. Nicole’s research on gender and race in porn, reality television, and art television has been published in Porn Studies, Feminist Media Studies, and Jump Cut.