Incredulity

Incredulity makes reference to Christian iconography of Christ’s wound. The stretching apart of the side wound resembles the ecorches in early anatomical illustrations, that lift their skin like a dress to have a look at their insides and reveal them to the onlooker. Gendered connotations of the wound are alluded to by the androgyny of the figure and their blood stained loin cloth.

Incredulity
Incredulity. Woodcut. Edition of 28