Packer Schopf Gallery is pleased to present Foreign Bodies, a solo exhibition of large-scale anatomical drawings by Chicago-based artist Vesna Jovanovic. These giant drawings on Yupo hang like scrolls and depict objects that have entered the body accidentally and intentionally, surgically and aesthetically: a moth enters an ear canal, surgical screws hold together a hip bone, batteries float along a stomach lining, and a breast implant hovers behind mammary tissue. In this new body of work, Jovanovic continues to use chaotically splashed ink with meticulous cross-hatching in pencil. Influenced by phenomenology and medical ontology, and using scientific illustration as a point of departure, Jovanovic opens up the corporeal threshold to investigate what it means for something to be situated in the body, whether foreign or familiar. With an additional background in science, Jovanovic worked in research laboratories early in her career. This is her second solo exhibition with Packer Schopf Gallery.