This piece represents a midsagittal section (the one that passes through the center of the body dividing it into a left half and a right half) of the head of an angel.
Transverse Head-Tongue, 2013
Head I, 2011
This piece represents a lateral section through the head at bridge-of-the-nose level. It is life-size. I love how asymmetrical the body looks in cross section.
Cranium II, 2012
This piece represents a cross section of the abdomen at the level of the navel. The two kidney-shaped sections to the left and right of the gold vertebra are the kidneys.
Female Thorax, 2013
This piece represents a midsagittal section (the one that divides the body into left and right halves) of a female figure with an early pregnancy.
Anatomical Cross-Sections in Paper
These pieces are made of Japanese mulberry paper and the gilded edges of old books. They are constructed by a technique of rolling and shaping narrow strips of paper called quilling or paper filigree.
(Source: lisanilssonart.com, via scinerds)