CT Scan, Red Brick, Metal Rod
100 x 12 x 6cm
(Photo by Alina Koschnike)
A computed tomography (CT) scan found in a public bin in Buenos Aires and a brick taken from a construction site in Berlin, are the elements, which lay the groundwork for connecting these repurposed objects.
BA/B/B traces day to day human activities and materials, to chase the fleeing notion of a realistic image of the human body.
By cutting the CT scan and arranging it in a vertebral order, the subject, a 38-year old male called Ricardo Beirut, becomes a haunting object of industrial dystopia.