Side by side, two bodies, intertwined. To Billie Thomassin, there is only one and unique shape continually changing. She immortalises this abstract combination, the position of a silhouette formed by this association. The intimacy of an embrace cannot be entered. The artist built her work around this statement, and wants us to see the embrace like a sculpture. The bodies...
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