I am Flesh


“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.




Inspired by the Kintsugi Japanese technique, the subject is fragmented and then reassembled, unifying a series of hundreds of photos into a single image. The resulting vision is a particular and detailed analysis of every detail of the body whose proportions are partially distorted through the combination of different photographic optics during the shooting.