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Gretta's interest in photography brought her to create either explosive images as in the series Transformations and A Woman's Diary, where she superimposes several transparencies together; or layered images as in the series Body Works. The result was related to the international art movement called Body Art, involvement where she was one of the instigator. The motivation for Gretta to use the female body, sometimes her own body, comes from within herself. It is an expression of her inner spirit that creates these works in,,a very personal way. The spectator feels like a voyeur, as if catching a glimpse of their own reflection in a shop window and suddenly ooks at themselves in a different light.

Body works I, 1976
Photo on archival paper
Edition of 50, printed in 2004
32x48cm




167x116 cm

Body works II, 1976
Photo on archival paper
Edition of 50, printed in 2004
32x48cm

Body works III, 1976
Photo on archival paper
Edition of 50, printed in 2004
32x48cm

 




167x116 cm

Body works XIV, 1976
Photo on archival paper
Edition of 50, printed in 2004
32x48cm

 

Body works XVII, 1976
Photo on archival paper
Edition of 50, printed in 2004
32x48cm




167x116 cm

 

 

 

Body works VI, 1976
Photo on archival paper
Edition of 50, printed in 2004
32x48cm

Transformations I , 1976
Photo on archival paper
Edition of 50, printed in 2004
32x48cm




167x116 cm

Transformations II , 1976
Photo on archival paper
Edition of 50, printed in 2004
32x48cm

Transformations V , 1976
Photo on archival paper
Edition of 50, printed in 2004
32x48cm

 




167x116 cm

Transformations IX , 1976
Photo on archival paper
Edition of 50, printed in 2004
32x48cm

 

Transformations XIII , 1976
Photo on archival paper
Edition of 50, printed in 2004
32x48cm

 

 

 
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