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06/06/2013 01:33 pm ET Updated Aug 06, 2013

82nd & Fifth: LOVE by Mia Fineman

To create this image, Adam Fuss bought rabbits from a farmer, and then carefully removed their guts. "When you are truly in love and then you lose it, you feel like you're being emptied out," says curator Mia Fineman.

The photogram, created by placing objects on photographic paper and exposing it to light, is a simple process that dates back to the dawn of photography. Adam Fuss employed this cameraless technique using color photographic paper to create this unique shadow image of two eviscerated rabbits. Take a closer look at the photogram by selecting the hotspots on the right.

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