This time, Emma Hack, Australian body artist, used 17 men and women a combination of body builders, athletes, and acrobats to form the shape of a crashed car. It took 18 hours of holding that position for Hack to add up to five layers of paint to each participant.

This sculpture was created in support of the Motor Accident Commission of South Australia to demonstrate the impact of low speed car crashes.

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