Natural History is the study of natural phenomena, the natural development of something over a period of time.
Our images never abandoned their identity as individual torsos, but viewed together, the amorphous and abstract became more prominent: a typology of flesh. They project a sense of "a systematic classification and analysis." This is our own natural history.
"In the midst of chaos there was shape, this eternal passing and flowing was struck into stability..."
Virginia Woolf, To The Lighthouse