The subjects in the engaging series, Room, “are fragmented between panels and then reassembled in impossible ways, simultaneously displaying and disrupting the classic ideal of the female nude. Yury’s diptychs oscillate between presence and absence—a dichotomy that reveals clues but also refuses to give up all answers. Within each room, the objects are as important as the body, providing visual signifiers but leaving the viewer the desire to know more about the woman who inhabits the room.”
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