In this collection, the human form is abstracted, fractured and mirrored. Obtuse and symmetrically reduced to an anti-nature interpretation, these pieces mock themselves as they mock the body, the flesh, the material. They are as unsettling in their abrupt partial forms as they are in phantasmic fiction of what they once were. The crude elements such as fat and shellac create traces: simultaneous absence and presence of a body. The title: Body Of, with its ambiguity, marks the concerns about mortality, authorship and anonymity that are at stake in every human and artistic problem.