If we lose it, we lose our lives. Also a computer animated video installation, in this piece we follow the three survivors from EXIT as they move from Limbo to the gate of Heaven. As it is, the red, brown and black film over the windows just colors the room in a yellowish haze—a bit like a church window. As Michel Foucalt describes it: There are bodies in the horizontal that slide or slither in an arena-like corridor, chased by fire Exit ; bodies that monotonously play leap-frog over each other, threatened by the living walls that belong to the insides of the social body Exercise Parade.
He has then developed it with the help of the new tools that are available today.
One wants out of this situation, but how and where to when there seems no longer to be any distinct external world? Through this magnificently illustrated book, And just as Bosch conjoined the deform body with evil, mass media today portrays the villain in a defective body. Art history is full of kaleidoscopically deformed pictures and anamorphoses intended to show a deformed conception of reality. And in that vein he has continued. A series of surrealistic collages where disfigured bodies have been constructed with fragments from newspaper photographs and old medical books.