Every Animal Has Just Enough Brains to Tan its own Hide
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My work has always strived to explore the cosmic roots of humanity through animal symbolism. Throughout recent years the representation of animal… Read More
My work has always strived to explore the cosmic roots of humanity through animal symbolism. Throughout recent years the representation of animal has evolved to the use of authentic material: the animal, itself. Through casting and taxidermy, the threads of relationships, the tension of the transitory moment, and the struggle for survival becomes all the more tangible. Life and death become as intertwined as the real and artificial. Read Less
Published:
the artificial suspension of pegasus
resin pony fetus, taxidermy swan, rope, log
lethal white
polymer clay, acrylic, craftstore cross
surrogate ascension
rat, hair, kitten fetus, cloth, deer, plaster, foam, chair, watercolor, jewels
rat cube / rat globuleĀ 
rat, foam.
cruciate
plaster, watercolor
growth
coyote, polymer clay, acrylic