Beautiful photos capture delicate, gestural forms by artist Kim Kei. She says, “Our skin contains the interior and is the point of contact with everything outside ourselves specifically one another. Encompassing spaces between vulnerability, invasiveness and tenderness, the unnameable forms unfurl, contort, meet, and touch seemingly of their own vitality. The opportunity for empathy in looking closely and the intimacy being seen transmutes shame into a resilient, forceful affirmation. Creases strike through the form revealing what we attempt to keep hidden bringing these unruly parts of ourselves fully to the surface communicating a body in motion.” See more from “Mimesis” below.