Judy Clark printed these 'body maps'
from her own skin, and that of a close male friend. She made them by rubbing powdered graphite over an area of skin, and pressing Fablon (adhesive plastic) over it. The sheets were then peeled off.
The artist then organised the sheets into
a grid, and sandwiched them between plates of glass, as if prepared for scientific analysis. She said that she was interested in 'forensic science and the potential
for power that residual body matter can acquire'. The drawings in the centre show where the skin samples were taken from.