Sum of Parts  explores the intersectionality of individuals through the lens of skin and body part transplant. The use of latex, mesh, dissolveable thread and non-wovens is utilised to question how much can you lose before you lose yourself? Are we defined by the parts we are given?  The collection challenges the distinction we place on one another— are we really individuals or just beings ultimately connected to one another? Do we lose our identity by the stripping of our physical body that is then transplanted to someone else?

Sum of Parts explores the intersectionality of individuals through the lens of skin and body part transplant. The use of latex, mesh, dissolveable thread and non-wovens is utilised to question how much can you lose before you lose yourself? Are we defined by the parts we are given?

The collection challenges the distinction we place on one another— are we really individuals or just beings ultimately connected to one another? Do we lose our identity by the stripping of our physical body that is then transplanted to someone else?

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  Sum of Parts  explores the intersectionality of individuals through the lens of skin and body part transplant. The use of latex, mesh, dissolveable thread and non-wovens is utilised to question how much can you lose before you lose yourself? Are we defined by the parts we are given?  The collection challenges the distinction we place on one another— are we really individuals or just beings ultimately connected to one another? Do we lose our identity by the stripping of our physical body that is then transplanted to someone else?
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Sum of Parts explores the intersectionality of individuals through the lens of skin and body part transplant. The use of latex, mesh, dissolveable thread and non-wovens is utilised to question how much can you lose before you lose yourself? Are we defined by the parts we are given?

The collection challenges the distinction we place on one another— are we really individuals or just beings ultimately connected to one another? Do we lose our identity by the stripping of our physical body that is then transplanted to someone else?

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