The Human Anatomy Is Adorning Itself


    The Human Anatomy is Adorning Itself (2009-2011) is a wearable sculpture collection with a neuro-philosophical approach. It was published in 2011 in a solo exhibition along with the launch of a philosophical-photo zine and video-performance. All pieces together (wearable sculptures, zine, performance, video) create an artistically tailored puzzle work explaining one anothers content with different sensual experiences. The wearable sculptures reflect the human anatomy as universal messengers. The wearable objects, which shall remind of the „human basics“ are designed with skin-like colors and textures. By re-creating the complex psychological self with the usage of several skin-like layers the artist simultaneously raises the philosophical question: how many „selfs“ do we own?

Previously performed/presented/published/exhibited at: 
︎DAS Weekend (2011)
︎Kunstraum t27 (2011)
︎Tallerts Oberts (2011)
︎Centre For Sustainable Fashion (2011) 
︎Der Greif (2011)
︎Gedankenskulptur (2012) 
︎Sova Magazine (2012)