Flynt’s recent work continues a longstanding exploration of the beauty and fragility of the body—sometimes overtly and powerfully as a direct response to the AIDS crisis, sometimes subtly in a way more akin to a philosophical investigation of the nature of life and death. In this work, two mirrored, ghostly, negative images of a figure float across the open spread of a medical book index; the human figure is superimposed over a litany of diseases: Glass in wound, Goiter, Gonorrhea, Granuloma, Growth of epithelium, Gunshot wound. . . .