Body Of Work: Itamar Gilboa
Body of Work, Itamar Gilboa in new exhibition
For Body of Work, Itamar Gilboa was completely 'dissected.' He underwent MRI, FMRI and CT scans. He used cutting-edge technology to make exact copies of, among other things, his eyes, skull, spine, heart, liver and kidney's and then reproduced them in shiny, chromed objects. He also had scans made of his brain activity while he talked about his project. As an ultimate attempt to capture creativity, Gilboa also transformed the active part of his brain into printed sculptures.