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Does the highlighted sentence below mean:

1. she talks about that how she in her early artworks shifted from exploring images of the body from Gray’s Anatomy to thinking of the skin as a system

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2. she talsk about that how she shifted from exploring images of the body from Gray’s Anatomy in her early artworks to thinking of the skin as a system in her later works?

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By contrast Kiki Smith’s sculptures, which also reference the classical body, suggest decay and disease, even when she casts them in bronze. In her early work, she talks about how she shifted from exploring images of the body from Gray’s Anatomy to thinking of the skin as a system. As she says, ... (Art and Psychoanalysis by Maria Walsh)

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It's 1.

cattttabout that how

"about how ...". Not "about that how".

CJ

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That is poorly written unless her early work consisted at least in part of her talking about the shift, and I doubt it. The writer seeems to be writing about Smith's biography. I can only guess the writer means that Smith reports in her autobiography that In the beginning of her career she shifted thus.

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