Every once in a while, an artist presents a series that says something profound. Artist Tamara Kostianovsky has created a series that contains livestock carcasses made out of fabric. Actus Reus by the New York-based artist is actually made out of her own clothing. She believes that using fabric off of her own body to create the work shows the interconnectedness of living organisms. Yet the relation also shows the inequality and selfishness we attribute to life.

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