The Human Animal

Like a ship cuts and does not cut the sea so we part and do not part ways with Nature, seeing ourselves in Gods as well as in ants.

“The Human Animal” is a photography series using small spherical mirrors to bring the viewer within the artwork. By shrinking us down to the size of an ant while simultaneously giving us a God’s-eye view on the work, the series creates a fluctuating state between the inside and the outside, the mighty and the fragile, ultimately letting us come face to face with our paradoxical nature.

What does it mean to be human? And how does it affect the way we perceive the natural world?

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