Kiki Smith has long reflected on what it means to be human, to be a woman. Her famous body sculptures, both whole and part reproductions of the human body, made of paper, wax, plaster, ceramics, and bronze, often reduced that experience to natural functions and external violence. This book presents new sculptures, drawings, and room installations, in a broadened range of topics and materials, including glass, that cover the entire macrocosm of human and animal life, nature and the stars.