An Autoportrait of Sensory Experience Deconstructed in Virtual Space depicts the hybridization of flesh into digital spaces. By compiling textures from the artist’s body, then projecting them onto sculptural textiles, there occurs a potent transfiguration of the human form. The bodily components are not selected by choice; they represent the points of intrusion into the human brain. They are the voids through which external input becomes processed internally. The work reimagines how such forms would exist in a varying state of parameters. What is the fleshiness of a lip without a body attached to it? How does an eye gaze when floating inside of a black vacuum? How will the body modify when contained inside of digital space?
Note: Part of the Series is published for Seisma Magazine