This is going to take some ‘splaining.
Museum Anatomy is a collection of documentary photographs of works from museums around the world that have been recreated onto the human body. The artwork goes through a significant process until reaching the final outcome, a photograph of Chadwick, sometimes unrecognizable as a human form, with an elaborate, detailed painting covering a portion of his body. The recreated paintings of these historic portraits recapture the subjects in their own moment in history. The resulting photographs reveal a unification of art combining antiquity, history and technology in a contemporary context.
I still need someone to draw the lines but I do understand the concept. There is a Cranach in there somewhere. And three hands, four noses, six eyes and four mouths – if you count Holofernes.
Addendum: Look what I found!