My works are exploring ways in which taking impressions of the human plays on fragmented bodies.
While the importance of the body parts being singular is that they remove some of the idealized human body stuctures and shift into them being forms or new bodies.
Connecting to the abject and the uncanny the body parts look to the in-between the known and unknown, the comfortable and the eriee.
The parts are not focused on parts that are well known or ideal in society, but rather focus on those parts that are intimate. That change within a moment.
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