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Michael Reedy - this piece focuses on exposing the human body and perhaps enabiling the viewer to see the complexity and beauty of it. The beige silhouette shows us that the subject is a woman and the colours used suggest calmness and tranquility. However the actual foreground of the piece can seem a bit morbid as all internal organs, veins and bones are being exposed. There is order in each of our bodies - in the sense that everything is build in a specific area for a reason.
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Persian anatomical illustration of the human body showing arteries and viscera, c.18th century. From a manuscript attributed to Shikastah-Nastaliq, this anatomical drawing is thought to be a copy of an illustration from the Tashrih bi al-Taswir, or ‘Illustrated Anatomy’ by Mansur (d. after 1422). The heart is shown with exaggerated auricles - small muscular pouches which protrude from the atria - which Mansur describes as "an appendage that resembles an ear"
The Anatomy of the Human Body, 1386; copied mid-1400s. Mansur ibn Muhammad ibn Ahmad ibn Yusuf ibn Ilyas. Tramite: http://www.wired.com/2012/04/library-of-medicine-gallery/?viewall=true