SMITH

SMITH, who called him/herself Bogdan or Dorothée at different periods in his/her life, plunges the spectator into a world where gender characteristics are deliberately blurred and where body appearance or disappearance is a recurrent feature. In his/her Spectrographs series, the images, resulting from thermograms by heat cameras, are directly printed on aluminium and displayed as the “spectral” footprint of a body between death and life, between alter ego and ghostly appearance, between the visible and the invisible.

enhance
your
experience
unfortunately, you can not personnalize your browsing on this page

Would you like to configure your browsing experience at arendt.com?

Let us know your profile and favourite topics

You are

Banking and Financial Services

Fund Industry

Private Sector

Private Wealth

Public Sector