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>> Climbing into a rock and living inside it for a week. Artist Abraham Poincheval embarking upon his latest project. The Frenchman will now live inside a body shaped slot carved out from a limestone rock for seven days. He'll eat stewed fruit and purees in a stone equipped with an air vent as well as personal items, such as a log book.
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The aim, to explore the concept of time for different species and natural objects. The artist is no stranger to living inside enclosed spaces. He spent 13 days inside a hollowed out bear sculpture in Paris's Museum of Hunting and Nature. There he ate worms and beetles to mirror a bear's diet.
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His next feat will be to mimic a hen by incubating eggs until they hatch.