“I am Flesh” bodies make up reality: 35 naked women of childbearing age meticulously filmed and photographed in their primeval condition where each body calls on us to share a relationship in which mutual alienations become the premise of understanding.

This extraordinary resemblance to the truth is achieved by means of a special technique whereby each image is composed of 47,244 x 32,864 pixels per inch, equivalent to 400 X 278 cm printable area at 300 dpi.

 

 

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DOPPELGANGER – Image og the Human Being – Gestalten Book   Berlin DE 2011

 

 

 

I am Flesh photography Technique


This extraordinary resemblance to the truth is achieved by means of a special technique whereby each image is composed of 47,244 x 32,864 pixels per inch, equivalent to 400 X 278 cm printable area at 300 dpi.

*Music by Eros Villani*

 

 

 

True Giclée Fine Art Print mounted on Diasec, H230 X W160 cm

 

 

 

 

 

 

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I AM FLESH – Text

In I am Flesh bodies make up reality: 35 naked female bodies meticulously photographed in their primeval condition to look as real as possibile – and surprisingly so.
This extraordinary resemblance to the truth is achieved by means of a special technique whereby each image is composed of 47,244 x 32,864 pixels per inch, equivalent to 400 X 278 cm printable area at 300 dpi, while,for reasons of better perception, the final prints will be executed as 230 x 160 cm True Giclée Fine Art Prints, protected under plexiglass and displayed all together.

TEXT by Adriano Zamperini

Human bodies have long been photographed and described. Many have been seen and read about. And every community, through its institutions and leaders, has always espoused certain body-types and shunned others. Showing off the desirable ones, and hiding the undesirable. All those who might be perceived as excessive or upsetting. Roger Weiss, donning the role of a visual ethnographer, involves himself in every body-type of contemporary society.