Fossilised Mammalia and more art by Paula García Stone

Fossilised Mammalia, 2021
9 x 9 cm (h x w)
GBP 90
Plaster relief

Fossilised Mammalia is a play on ideas in biology, the growing of forms from cells, as implied in my petri dish, which is possibly a female torso. The origins of life are fossilised or petrified.

I relate this piece to my work with ESEM (Environmental Scanning Electron Microscope) images of my skin and blood. I have made a series of light boxes with duration images incorporating my medical data and macro images from nature, observed through a circular portal, a window into the hidden building blocks of the human figure. A different perspective on imaging and representing the human body and creating a self-portrait.

A/P (Edition of 5)

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