I like the notion of public and private spaces, and of the intimacy that evolves when a viewer is forced to look at an object one on one. When the doors are closed, you have one experience. But when you start opening it, you discover that there’s a whole other world happening on the inside.
This specimen shows a skeleton in its natural position as in the womb. Inside of this 9” glass sphere is a hand cast fetal skeleton that has been fully articulated and positioned in the “fetal” position.