Helen Pynor is an Australian artist with a diverse background and her interest in biology has seen her many times involve human organs as parts of her work. "Liquid Ground" a series of sumptuously produced large-scale photographic images which depict languid, floating garments with bodily organs drifting out through limpid openings, is a good example on how she relates to the body interiors and explores the unexplained domain that some of us are frightened to know about.
Another amazing work from her is the series where she knitted human hair into garments. I think the way she uses her materials corresponds to the narrative hidden behind her body of works.
Images courtesy of Helen Pynor.
Posted by Nora Suksomstarn