When Jan Kersschot starts to photograph the body, you can expect to be surprised. He uses the camera to show us common anatomical details of the human body, as we have never seen them before. You may be attracted by a tiny detail such as a few hairs of an eyelid or the delicate texture of the skin just below the eye. You could also be intrigued by the gentle interplay between what's in focus and out-of-focus.
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