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My experiments on the fusion between photography and silk-screening lead me in 1997 to positive X-Ray imaging.  I transformed my studio into a very specific hospital department. I selected models to constitute a wide range of physiognomies and made them pose as if they were at a radiologist, standing still for a long time with eyes closed, until typology of expression vanishes and the essence of the person emerges.

Full-length portraits on a scale of 1. Analogue print on x-ray film. 1997



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