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The woman-table came from La Machine Celibataire, a surrealist catalogue of masturbatory sex machines, which included a drawing of Kafka’s masochistic harrow in The Penal Colony. E. Gautier d’Agoty, an anatomist’s illustrator. The sex organ was first a porpoise mouth. Then, to suggest ‘prostitute’, it became pixilated red meat. Before and after Enkidu’s arousal it was a squirming cricket. E. 24 Dehumanised, headless and rigid, the woman-table and her interiors – ‘intervaginal lobotomies’25 – are available to all.
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