by Annie Churdar in New Art on Tuesday 26 November 2013

These bodyscapes by Allan Teger have a beautiful sense of humor. Complete with tiny figures, bridges, sailboats, and horses, Teger literally creates another world using human bodies. These feel both playful, childish, and sexual all at once. My favorite photo has a sailboat bravely facing the vast expanse of human flesh. The contrasting scales of the tiny boat against the massive human bodies is perfect.