Heterotopias

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Digital photo 2015

Granny Smith's Boils
Granny Smith's Boils

Grafted skins, digital photograph, 2009

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Grafted skins, digital photograph, 2009

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Oo

Grafted skins, digital photograph, 2009

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Grafted skins, digital photograph, 2009

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Grafted skins, digital photograph, 2009

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Grafted skins, digital photograph, 2009

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Grafted skins, digital photograph, 2008

Pencil Tree 2
Pencil Tree 2

Grafting skins, digital photograph, 2008

Pencil Tree 1
Pencil Tree 1

Grafting skins, digital photograph, 2008

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Drawing on site, 2008

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Drawing on site, 2008

'Heterotopia' refers to the presence and coexistence of a particular tissue type at a non-physiological site. Michel Foucault uses this to describe the condition of 'otherness' and spatial juxtapositions within cultures and society. Notions of 'other' are explored through these physical acts and placements to create altered states, visual rhymes and a sense of the uncanny.