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reanimate

(rē-ăn′ĭ-māt) [L. re, again, + animare, fill with life]
To reactivate, restore to life, revive, or resuscitate.
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In dim and fetid solitude, steeped in the stench of death, Victor thus assembles and then reanimates the rancid flesh and decayed bone he has stolen in the blackness of night from sepulchers and fresh graves, from charnel houses and dissection rooms.
Spiral Jetty/Golden Spike" reanimates the bogus celebration of the "wedding of the rails" that had occurred just months before Smithson's arrival, showing what kinds of history Spiral Jetty labored to deconstruct.
It would be Incorrect to say that Dibbets denaturalizes the natural with these images; instead, he actually reanimates an otherwise evacuated topos.
There are the digital soundscapes of England's Mad Professor, whose No Protection, a celebrated remix of Massive Attack's Protection, chops up the body of trip-hop, patches it back together, and reanimates the corpse.
His study of Brancusi, for example, reanimates our sense of the Rumanian's "White Magic" by exploring his penchant for Celtic imagery, his affinities with the 11th-century Tibetan ascetic Milarepa, and his unexpected '30s temple project for the Maharajah of Indore.