In this installation the artist reveals herself, displaying her genetic structure, the most personal information of any individual and allows the visitors to enter the innermost sphere of her being. A new perspective is opened, in which the visitors in their individuality become a part of the abstraction of the artist's DNA and can see her body from the inside and in relation to their bodies.

This installation breaks with the traditional representation of the body, by allowing the visualisation of nanoworlds and the interchange of visible perceptible worlds. The body is a human experimental space on which, in which and with which research is carried out. The illumination of the body with green fluorescein shows both the scientific aesthetic and the fragility and artificiality . Identity Analysis is a transparent container of fluids defined by the intimate perspective of an electron microscope.

Our perception of the human body and the individual identity has been affected by the technical and scientific study of the body - the feeling of something mysterious, spiritual and perhaps unique has been replaced by the urge to visualize, reveal or illuminate. Researchers and philosophers have always tried to localize the seat of the human soul. Identity Analysis enables the visitor to do what the dancer Saburo Teshigawara once said in an interview "Go through the body to the back of yourself" in other words, discover one's self through an intense involvement with the structure of the body.


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Microclimates II
Microclimates II