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Skin Studies 2015-2019




The veins, moles and other structural body elements in Mia Dudek’s depicted models’ skin conjure a sense of fragility and allude to a translucent and corporeal surface that has sensitivity to touch. It has been an extended and ongoing attempt to represent alienation in depictions of compromised human physicality. Her works are shot through with a sense of claustrophobia – of ourselves being repressed by our bodies, and our bodies being repressed and contained by the physical world.


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Hahnemuhle Baryta Archival Paper,
Dimensions Variable,
Edition of 3