As a photographic method, cyanotype brings truth and physicality to a print, calling for contact with its subject to produce an image. Acting as verification of the subject’s past presence, the cyanotype image exists decidedly within the observable. Photographic Body is a series of sculptural fabric cyanotypes which have been exposed from within the hand of the artist. In response to the process of the artist-self-portrait, which requires the artist as maker and subject with the camera as tool, the prints reverse this methodology, utilizing the artist’s body as the lens through which the image of the medium has been reproduced onto itself. Photographic Body is a formation of a bodily presence for the photograph. Overturning the procedure of a self-portrait, this work is an attempt to constitute the photographic medium as a solitary body and an interrogation of the photograph as representation of the external.