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-'''''Modern Primitives''''', written by [[V. Vale]] and [[Andrea Juno]], is a [[RE/Search]] publications book about [[body modification]], published in 1989. The book consists of a collection of twenty two interviews and two essays with individuals and key figures involved the field of body modification in the late 1980s. It was one of the first documents to attempt to comprehensively cover the re-emergence and increasing popularity of [[tattoo]]ing, [[body piercing|piercing]], [[scarification]], [[corsetry]], [[sideshow]], [[ritual]] and other practices in contemporary [[Western Society]].+'''''Modern Primitives''''', written by [[V. Vale]] and [[Andrea Juno]], is a [[RE/Search]] publications book about [[body modification]], published in 1989. The book consists of a collection of twenty two interviews and two essays with individuals and key figures involved the field of body modification in the late 1980s. It was one of the first documents to attempt to comprehensively cover the re-emergence and increasing popularity of [[tattoo]]ing, [[body piercing|piercing]], [[scarification]], [[corsetry]], [[sideshow]], [[ritual]] and other practices in contemporary [[Western society]].
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Modern Primitives, written by V. Vale and Andrea Juno, is a RE/Search publications book about body modification, published in 1989. The book consists of a collection of twenty two interviews and two essays with individuals and key figures involved the field of body modification in the late 1980s. It was one of the first documents to attempt to comprehensively cover the re-emergence and increasing popularity of tattooing, piercing, scarification, corsetry, sideshow, ritual and other practices in contemporary Western society.



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