Figure 1. Studies of ‘The Humanimal Body’

Figure 1. Studies of ‘The Humanimal Body’

 Figure 2. Studies of ‘The Humanimal Body II’, “(t)he total humanization of the animal coincide(s) with the total animalization of man’ (Agamben p.77)

Figure 2. Studies of ‘The Humanimal Body II’, “(t)he total humanization of the animal coincide(s) with the total animalization of man’ (Agamben p.77)

 Figure 3. The Human Condition as defined by Giorgio Agamben in ‘The Open’, C-Type Print, The Old Bank Vault Gallery, London 2018

Figure 3. The Human Condition as defined by Giorgio Agamben in ‘The Open’, C-Type Print, The Old Bank Vault Gallery, London 2018

 Figure 4. ‘The Exoskeleton’, C-Type Print, The Exoskeleton Exhibition, Gallery@OXO, London 2018

Figure 4. ‘The Exoskeleton’, C-Type Print, The Exoskeleton Exhibition, Gallery@OXO, London 2018

 Figure 5. ‘The Peacock Effect’, The Peacock Effect Exhibition, Leica Gallery Los Angeles Jan 2018

Figure 5. ‘The Peacock Effect’, The Peacock Effect Exhibition, Leica Gallery Los Angeles Jan 2018

 Figure 6. ‘Porcupine’, 4D Light Sculpture on Acrylic, Leica Gallery Los Angeles, 2018

Figure 6. ‘Porcupine’, 4D Light Sculpture on Acrylic, Leica Gallery Los Angeles, 2018

Figure 7. ‘Porcupine’, 4D Light Sculpture on Acrylic, Leica Gallery Los Angeles, 2018

 Figure 8. ‘Protection’, Acrylic Print on Aluminium, Leica Gallery Los Angeles, 2018

Figure 8. ‘Protection’, Acrylic Print on Aluminium, Leica Gallery Los Angeles, 2018

 Figure 9. Human Sea Urchin ( Diodon nichthemerus ), in ‘the Open’, Acrylic Print on Aluminium, The Old Bank Vault Gallery, London, 2018

Figure 9. Human Sea Urchin (Diodon nichthemerus), in ‘the Open’, Acrylic Print on Aluminium, The Old Bank Vault Gallery, London, 2018

Anthropomorph
Anthropomorph

Figure 10. Four dimensional perspex sculpture, 2018. Collaboration with Allen Jones, Whitaker Malem and Daen Palma Huse, Gallery@OXO London, 2018

Anthropomorph

Figure 11. Four dimensional perspex sculpture, 2017, Collaboration with Allen Jones, Whitaker Malem and Daen Palma Huse, Gallery@OXO London, 2018

 Figure 12. Studies of The Human Sea Urchin ( Diodon nichthemerus ), in ‘the Open’, as defined by Giorgio Agamben

Figure 12. Studies of The Human Sea Urchin (Diodon nichthemerus), in ‘the Open’, as defined by Giorgio Agamben

Zoomorphia

Figure 13. ‘The Butterfly Ball’, Gallery@OXO 2018, C-Type Print and Moving Image Manipulation

 Figure 14. ‘Mitochondria -Metanarrative Of The Human Cell’, Contini Art, London 2017

Figure 14. ‘Mitochondria -Metanarrative Of The Human Cell’, Contini Art, London 2017

 Figure 15. Human ‘Sea Urchin In Constructed Reality’, Contini Art, London 2017

Figure 15. Human ‘Sea Urchin In Constructed Reality’, Contini Art, London 2017

 Figure 16. “Kaleidoscopic Elephant’, Tasveer Gallery, India, 2017,  “Humans use animals to transcend the confines of self and species; they also them to symbolize, dramatize, and illuminate aspects of human’s experience and fantasy.” (Daston and Mitman, Thinking with Animals, 2005)

Figure 16. “Kaleidoscopic Elephant’, Tasveer Gallery, India, 2017,

“Humans use animals to transcend the confines of self and species; they also them to symbolize, dramatize, and illuminate aspects of human’s experience and fantasy.” (Daston and Mitman, Thinking with Animals, 2005)

 Figure 1. Studies of ‘The Humanimal Body’
 Figure 2. Studies of ‘The Humanimal Body II’, “(t)he total humanization of the animal coincide(s) with the total animalization of man’ (Agamben p.77)
 Figure 3. The Human Condition as defined by Giorgio Agamben in ‘The Open’, C-Type Print, The Old Bank Vault Gallery, London 2018
 Figure 4. ‘The Exoskeleton’, C-Type Print, The Exoskeleton Exhibition, Gallery@OXO, London 2018
 Figure 5. ‘The Peacock Effect’, The Peacock Effect Exhibition, Leica Gallery Los Angeles Jan 2018
 Figure 6. ‘Porcupine’, 4D Light Sculpture on Acrylic, Leica Gallery Los Angeles, 2018
 Figure 7. ‘Porcupine’, 4D Light Sculpture on Acrylic, Leica Gallery Los Angeles, 2018
 Figure 8. ‘Protection’, Acrylic Print on Aluminium, Leica Gallery Los Angeles, 2018
 Figure 9. Human Sea Urchin ( Diodon nichthemerus ), in ‘the Open’, Acrylic Print on Aluminium, The Old Bank Vault Gallery, London, 2018
Anthropomorph
Anthropomorph
 Figure 12. Studies of The Human Sea Urchin ( Diodon nichthemerus ), in ‘the Open’, as defined by Giorgio Agamben
Zoomorphia
 Figure 14. ‘Mitochondria -Metanarrative Of The Human Cell’, Contini Art, London 2017
 Figure 15. Human ‘Sea Urchin In Constructed Reality’, Contini Art, London 2017
 Figure 16. “Kaleidoscopic Elephant’, Tasveer Gallery, India, 2017,  “Humans use animals to transcend the confines of self and species; they also them to symbolize, dramatize, and illuminate aspects of human’s experience and fantasy.” (Daston and Mitman, Thinking with Animals, 2005)

Figure 1. Studies of ‘The Humanimal Body’

Figure 2. Studies of ‘The Humanimal Body II’, “(t)he total humanization of the animal coincide(s) with the total animalization of man’ (Agamben p.77)

Figure 3. The Human Condition as defined by Giorgio Agamben in ‘The Open’, C-Type Print, The Old Bank Vault Gallery, London 2018

Figure 4. ‘The Exoskeleton’, C-Type Print, The Exoskeleton Exhibition, Gallery@OXO, London 2018

Figure 5. ‘The Peacock Effect’, The Peacock Effect Exhibition, Leica Gallery Los Angeles Jan 2018

Figure 6. ‘Porcupine’, 4D Light Sculpture on Acrylic, Leica Gallery Los Angeles, 2018

Figure 7. ‘Porcupine’, 4D Light Sculpture on Acrylic, Leica Gallery Los Angeles, 2018

Figure 8. ‘Protection’, Acrylic Print on Aluminium, Leica Gallery Los Angeles, 2018

Figure 9. Human Sea Urchin (Diodon nichthemerus), in ‘the Open’, Acrylic Print on Aluminium, The Old Bank Vault Gallery, London, 2018

Anthropomorph

Figure 10. Four dimensional perspex sculpture, 2018. Collaboration with Allen Jones, Whitaker Malem and Daen Palma Huse, Gallery@OXO London, 2018

Anthropomorph

Figure 11. Four dimensional perspex sculpture, 2017, Collaboration with Allen Jones, Whitaker Malem and Daen Palma Huse, Gallery@OXO London, 2018

Figure 12. Studies of The Human Sea Urchin (Diodon nichthemerus), in ‘the Open’, as defined by Giorgio Agamben

Zoomorphia

Figure 13. ‘The Butterfly Ball’, Gallery@OXO 2018, C-Type Print and Moving Image Manipulation

Figure 14. ‘Mitochondria -Metanarrative Of The Human Cell’, Contini Art, London 2017

Figure 15. Human ‘Sea Urchin In Constructed Reality’, Contini Art, London 2017

Figure 16. “Kaleidoscopic Elephant’, Tasveer Gallery, India, 2017,

“Humans use animals to transcend the confines of self and species; they also them to symbolize, dramatize, and illuminate aspects of human’s experience and fantasy.” (Daston and Mitman, Thinking with Animals, 2005)

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