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Disperse. 2002. A dissolve work made for the School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London, in 2002 for an exhibition called Hygiene: the art of public health. Ostensibly Disperse is a work that explores the hygiene aspects of the disposal of the body after death through various cultural forms of burial, from cremation to burial at sea. More though, it relates to thoughts about the departure of the human body at death. The work looks at processes of how the body might be physically dispersed; be rendered back to atomic particles. This work was shown later at the Headquarters of Amnesty International, London, at the Winchester Gallery, Winchester and at Kingston University during the Drawing conference of 2005.
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