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Sentimental cat lovers condemned the work as a form of animal abuse.There are objects and the odd USB-computer interface – and one work is exclusively tactile – but images and texts predominate.A far more intimate video work (playing out on a tablet screen), it juxtaposes shots of the deceased Rizkallah's open casket with scenes in which a tweezers-wielding young woman removes unwanted hairs from the still-living Rizkallah's face.Fedorov saw mortality as the principal bane to the perfectibility of mankind, one that all of humanity should be unified in struggling against – the Common Cause, as he termed it – and was an advocate of bending scientific research to the task of radically extending life spans, with the goal of physical immortality and resurrection of the dead.Rogalska's vitrine holds a tablet-sized screen relating, with lacerating wit, the research initiative inspired by her discovery.She inquired whether the Mormon vault included the name of Nikolai Fyodorovich Fedorov.
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