Fotograf Magazine

Kamila Musilová

Most of Kamila Musilová’s photographic collections are characterised by a common approach to the body as an object: one that has been stripped of life and its own identity and has been transformed into a mere product. She photographed the exhausted animals from the collection, Plyš mys, že je víPlush Thinks Its Something More (2007), in a museum space that she minimised and “cleaned“ of any traces of a real environment. They become a metaphor for image culture that facilitates reality through visual forms, seen to be mechanical (photographs and the film medium) and thus realistic.

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