Yael Meiry

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P=0.5 - Social Gallery
Conversely is a photographic installation that present human bodies and plants from a queer perspective. Captured in direct digital photography, fragments of gendered bodies are juxtaposed against photos of plants or bodies and plants, bringing to the fore notions such as natural and manmade, digital and material, uprooting and growing, domesticated and wild. From this conception of digital photography as a printed material and a physical object that has size, width, and thickness Meiry deconstructs and reconnects concepts, features and spaces that we perceive as natural.