With a bold spontaneity and a tiny bit of cheek, Greek photographer Kostis Fokas creates quirky human sculptures in his series I’m not malfunctioning, you are. Long fascinated with imperfection in a world that is seemingly always desperate for order, Fokas allows his models to interact freely in bizarre ways, capturing moments of beauty in the ludicrous poses and situations that form. In this alternate universe, everyday objects become curious props and subjects are shrouded by strange disguises in a rainbow of colors. The partial nudes and covered faces are erotic and unexpected, suspended somewhere between reality and a fictionalized sense of self. In I’m not malfunctioning, you are, what is hidden is as important as what is revealed in this provocative interplay of bodies and acrobatics.