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The torso and thighs of the female body had been reduced to pure essentials; to Klein, it was an anthropometric symbol that served as the canon of human proportion, and he called it “the most concentrated expression of vital energy imaginable.” He believed that the model’s impressions represent the “health that brings humans into being,” and that their presence in the work “transcends personal presence.” My library research brought me to an article from , in a special 2006 issue, “New Feminist Theories of Visual Culture.” In “Behind Enemy Lines: Toxic Titties Infiltrate,” the collection of writers/feminist art collective known “Toxic Titties” compares a Vanessa Beecroft performance at the Gagosian Gallery with Klein’s , and they are quick to judge Klein’s artistic process.