This Triptychon called “packed me” shows a human body packed in cellophane in a clinical and endless space.
Without placing any major perspective points of references there is one indication of orientation in space. The body is put just as a piece of meat in a very fragile looking construction of a suggested “room”.
Space and body are inseparable elements. Brought apart they loose their inner meaning and identification and give room for a different subjectivity. The internet might resemble this endless clinical space where humans are segregated from their physical body and circulate in virtual space.
Triptychon “packed me,1,2,3”, 2015, digital prints, each 80 cm x 100 cm
“packed me 3”, 2015, digital print, 80 cm x 100 cm
“packed me 1”, 2015, digital print, 80 cm x 100 cm
“packed me 2”, 2015, digital print, 80 cm x 100 cm