He held her in his arms as she died, he watched as she choked and gasped on blood. And when she stilled and her eyes stared into nothingness did he finally rise. With bloodied hands he marched into battle. For her. This time. @ProfessorPigeon
All the works by Jan Fabre, the visual artist make reference to a belief in the vulnerable body and its defense, plus an observation of man and asking the question of how he can survive in the future. This fascination with the body and science originated in his youth, when, influenced by the research carried out by the entomologist Jean-Henri Fabre.