Northlight Gallery featured the work of American Photographer Joel-Peter Witkin. His work deals with such themes as death, corpses (and sometimes dismembered portions thereof), and various outsiders such as dwarves, transsexuals, intersex persons, and physically deformed people. Witkin's complex tableaux often recall religious episodes or classical paintings.
This piece was created as a 3'x6" pocket-sized brochure that could easily be stowed away while viewing the exhibit.
The textural elements on this piece were inspired by the scratching technique Witkins used when developing his photography.