|FAIL| In a dramatic deviation from his previous works, Pau Pei has produced the starling yet seductive “Oedipus Completely Wrecks, yet Summer is not My Maiden.” Here he dramatically contrasts the new technology, based on computerised systems, meaning flexibility, smaller plant-size and a different workforce, leading to the death, or at least the peripheralisation, of the mainly white, male and relatively well-paid group. In essence he has displayed the low-paid, temporary, often part-time, often non-white, often female workforce that is at the centre of post-Fordism, producing what, according to the Marxism Today analysis, is an increase in income and freedom for some and a decrease for others.
In effect the very feeling of feminine mystique that is given here is almost overpowered by the austerity and dominance of Corporate greed that underlies the vivisection of Freudian psychoanalytical thought, however when the entirety is viewed as per the Degaussian method is seems to shimmer and shake in an electrifying display. 
“Oedipus Completely Wrecks, yet Summer is not My Maiden.” 2019Pau Pei
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