Bucharest // Berlin
Elana Katz and Unidentified Artist
Archival photograph (100 x 77 cm)
The body is treated as a canvas; [superficial] wounds are carved on the skin. A photographic work is subsequently created from this subject.
Photographically, the minute details of the body — a surface which contains a complex map of personal, historical, and political guilty consciences — are divided, fragmented, and ultimately pieced together in a manner that gives an impression of the whole, yet remains essentially distorted.