(2013; sculpture/collage; fragmented radiographs; found footage; steel-framed; both sides glassed with sandblasted glass; measures 130 x 120 cm;)
X-ray images were fragmented and re-arranged in a specific pattern. This process enabled the re-contextualization and transformation of the medical-diagnostic material. Questions about the relationship between photographic and radiographic practices, analogies and contrasts in the context of history, physics, aesthetics, and application method accompanied the process of realisation. As a result, the form of this piece oscillates between plasticity and image, which influences its spatial presentation.