Part 2 of the session, and a change of pose - from sitting to lying down.
A similar idea as that cited in the previous blog entry - 4 separate drawings of the same model on the same A1 paper - the podium rotated through 4 positions.
The layering, or spatial interaction of each figure drawing, accidentally took on a different meaning - the works sometimes suggesting a much more intimate narrative.
They put me in mind of Spencer Tunick's work
and one of the essays on his website:
"Tunick challenges traditional ideas of intimacy, and asks us to free the body of sexuality and view it aesthetically for the purpose of his art. The social body cannot exist, most specifically in the nude, as anything other then a sexual thing. This is our naked condition."