Series of photographs and installation made of notes and drawings from the author's notebooks. According to the Renaissance ideal, the perfect proportions of the male body should be used as a template for architecture and art. In Part 1 Antonina Gugala uses her own body as the source of all measurement. The reality depicted in the photographs is organised from this perspective. The abstract shapes of the environment emanate from the shape of a female body. In this piece, photography is compared to the act of collecting samples in anatomy, where an in-depth study of body fragments is performed with the aim of understanding an organism as a whole.




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