I first heard about plastination a decade or so ago on the "Ripley's Believe it or Not!" television show and was instantly intrigued by this process, which the book describes and illustrates with photos. I appreciated reading how the work began, especially as it connected to centuries-old practices, making it seem less an aesthetic endeavor than I originally believed it to be. Such arguments are also tackled in essay form within the text, making this more than some ghoulish picture book.
Below is an essay on "Plastination: Artistic or Appaling?" from Anti Essays, your source for research papers, essays, and term paper examples.
Entry: Gunther Von Hagen and Plastination -
Author: Em - nervously starting her first sub-editing -
An essay I wrote for school about Professor Gunther von Hagens, the process of Plastination and the moral objections towards it's viewing in the modern art world.
Think it could do with some Headers and the first person at the end may be a bit of problem