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In this series of images, I took a raw and unflinching look inside a pig carcass.
I turned the animal's organs into grotesque and macabre landscapes to highlight the lengths to which humans will go to satisfy their lust for meat. Through this project, I want to highlight the excessive and unnecessary consumption of meat, which has become a human passion.

The name “Ignat” pays homage to the traditional Romanian custom of slaughtering a pig before Christmas, a reminder of the cultural significance
of meat in our social life. By presenting these pieces of raw and slightly burnt meat in an uncomfortable and disturbing way, I hope to challenge viewers
to confront their relationship with food and consider the impact of their choices. These images can make viewers feel like wild beasts as they confront the reality
of what they like to consume.

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