interior-exterior relationship

interior-exterior relationship,

n in traditional Chinese medicine, another term for the yin and yang association between specific pairs of organs, such as the small intestine and the heart or the stomach and the spleen. See also yin and yang.
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The incongruity of the interior-exterior relationship might bring Surrealism to mind, but the fascination of the works lies in the fact that the objects photographed no longer exist in reality and are presented solely as images, or more accurately as reproductions, forever suspended in a world of pure virtuality.