The body and its movements are brough t furth er to the foregr ound, re-embo dying. In effect, the city provides pen, ink and paper and it is the people -- namely the pedestrians -- who provide the story. Elizabeth Grosz argues that bodies and cities co-create one another; bodies build cities but cities in turn shape bodies, physically and socially.
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