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How to Disappear Completely

Three silkscreen prints on paper, based on photographs by Frank Bunker Gilbreth, around 1920, in Frank B. Gilbreth and Lillian Moller Gilbreth, Motion Study for the Handicapped, London 1920
Each 30 x 24 cm

1 Before (The motions made in loading sixteen boxes on to a truck before the method has been studied.)
2 After (The motions made in loading the same sixteen boxes on to a truck after the method had been studied.)
3 Sewing Up A Wound (The path of the motions used by a surgeon in sewing up the wound after an operation for appendicitis.

Exhibition ,Empireʻ, Weltraum Munich, 2016 / Photo: Lou Jaworski