While examining the anatomical landmarks of the dry and wet skulls today in lab, my lab mates and I realized just how vast of a landscape the body has. I was instantly reminded of a series of work titled Bodyscapes by Allan Teger.
Originally trained as a social psychologist, Allan Teger ventured into the realm of photography to further explore the psychological concept of coexisting realities. The idea for Bodyscapes came to Allan when he was thinking that the shape and structure of the universe repeated itself at every level and suddenly he had the image in his mind of a skier going down a breast. This was it – the universe repeating its shapes – a body looking like a mountain.
To see more of Allan’s Bodyscapes, click here!