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Roman Gubern says that the human face is a truly organic palimpsest, which is represented through iconic images, by virtue of its intense semiotic charge, changing throughout history and consequently subject to different cultural interpretations. Insofar as it is at the same time the most intimate and most exterior site of the subject, the face occupies a privileged place among the motifs that populate the media representations of what is human.

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