EVERYTHING DIES IN THE STOMACH, 2021
35 mm black and white film, archival pigment print,
Tasmanian oak frame
310 gsm on cotton rag
1600 x 1066 mm
The artists initiated a project aimed at exploring the correlation between the human body and architecture. Rather than adopting a comparative or contrasting methodology, they endeavoured to exemplify the intrinsic interconnectedness of the two. Utilising photography as their preferred medium, the artists captured images of the human body that evoked natural structures and shapes. For instance, the female figure was portrayed as a column, an ocean, and a shield. This novel approach to art challenges conventional modes of thinking and encourages a fresh perspective on our surroundings.