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Corpus Hominis



Corpus Hominis” consists of a series of hosts in 30 and 60 mm formats, crafted according to the traditional recipe of sacred hosts but "enriched" with a blend of micro and macroplastics.
In "Corpus Hominis," the host assumes a symbolic role that challenges the Eucharistic rite in a provocative and iconoclastic manner. Unlike the religious tradition that regards the host as the body of Christ, here it becomes a representation of the human body contaminated by its own indelible waste.
While the traditional rite symbolizes union with the divine, "Corpus Hominis" underscores our connection with the natural world and highlights our responsibil



Plexiglas ostensory and Hosts in various formats obtained according to the traditional recipe with the addition of micro and macro-plastics
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