is an artwork made by Ronit Bigal from Tel Aviv, Israel. Photography, Calligraphy and floral ornamentation were the elements comprising this exhibition. Digital photography topped with drawings in black Indian ink produces an effect of bas-relief on the body which is completely exposed. The camera explores the body, capturing different parts, discovering a world of hidden landscapes, textures, and unspoken eroticism. For the artist this was a journey of unforeseen surprise. Therefore she wraps parts of her photos with floral ornamentation and others with cited calligraphy taken from Biblical texts. They are almost abstract and enigmatic, arousing the viewer’s curiosity to discover what are the photographed objects. This project is a fantastic way of typography descibing the body. From far away the small words seem to be a textile. The communication of the naked body combined with typography says more than thousand words.
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