Anatomy models

Updated: Feb 27

I've started making works from the Zeigler anatomy models in the labs. They are a combination of drawing and print, I use both methods to trace the objects

. When I make the prints, as I mould the paper around and models, I can’t see the object. I have to feel my way around it through the paper. The paper has its own surface qualities and sensitivities that are different to the surface of my skin. The skin of my hands tries to become attuned to the paper, which has been dampened so that it is malleable. If my hands can become one with the paper, they can most effectively mould it so that it becomes the skin of the object. Three levels of connection, three interfaces, three skins become one.

Laboratory [Drawing] Life is a collaboration between King's College London's Faculty of Social Science and Public Policy and Dr. David Hay,

brokered and supported by the Culture team at King's.

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