The Dancer and the Butcher

The Dancer and the Butcher
The Dancer and the Butcher

ca. 250 x 300 x 120 cm. plastics, textiles, rubber, metal, silicon and unknown compounds. 2018

the dancer and the butcher IV
the dancer and the butcher IV

ca. 250 x 300 x 120 cm. plastics, textiles, rubber, metal, silicon and unknown compounds. 2018

Exhibition View Reasner Franklin
Exhibition View Reasner Franklin

Installation. plastics, textiles, rubber, metal, silicon and unknown compounds. 2018

The Dancer and the Butcher
The Dancer and the Butcher

ca. 250 x 300 x 120 cm. plastics, textiles, rubber, metal, silicon and unknown compounds. 2018

The Dancer and the Butcher-
An inverted stroll inside my own body.
Exploring the essence of meat/flesh and its different social and anthropological meaning. 
In modern society, this integral part of nature becomes estranged and loses it's mental and physical nutritional value. 
A big part of these work revolves around materiality. 
The works are comprised primarily of found pieces of human garbage (mainly plastic and fabrics).
The materials used are recognizable and act as an ambiguous connection between oneself and one's environment.
This body of work researches the gap between the most wanted and craved objects of consumption and those which are deemed worthless.