The figure's bodily forms are dissolving, misshapen, molton, dematerialized, and devoid of structural frame. Decomposed; more humanoid than human, barely holding on as living beings. Invasion of death into the world of the living and the representation of the human body as utterly violated are predominant in Surrealist figurations. Echo reality of WWI and the postwar era but also reiterates the Surrealist assault on rationality and and idealism. Just as within the trenches a bewildering transgression of the boundaries between life, death and dying occurred.
female form- used as symbols of the primitive, the mysterious, the erotic
Caged, distorted, dismembered, as if they were to be trapped, observed, or punished
distortion in mirrors