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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.
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.
His next feat will be to mimic a hen by incubating eggs until they hatch.