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Angela Palmer has developed a technique to reconstruct the human body, and in particular the brain, by drawing or engraving details from MRI or CT scans on to multiple sheets of glass, layer by layer. This method allowed me to expose the extraordinary inner architecture concealed beneath the surface of the human form, thus creating the most objective form of portraiture. The image floats ethereally in its glass chamber, but can only be viewed from certain angles; from above and the side it vanishes and the viewer suddenly finds himself staring into a void. Since then I’ve undergone a series of MRIs myself to create self-portraits

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