By way of closely describing several sequences of De Humani Corporis Fabrica, the text shows how the film presents surgery and hospital spaces as narratively ambiguous and semantically plural. It identifies this aesthetic approach in the previous films produced by Sensory Ethnography Lab and shows how, in conjunction with the subject matter, this approach attempts to confuse and expand human consciousness. At the end, the text identifies the radical conception of vision that the film embodies in its representations of surgery.

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