Piece from a thoughtful exhibit at the Vancouver Art Gallery, Visceral Bodies.
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Cool exhibit. Although I find myself with a strange desire to see their jaws chattering.
OMG…Like skulls…So totally Necromancer ;P
I loved the exhibit, especially Brian Jungen’s Nike raven and lawn chair whale…Amazing.
SBP: Yeah, Jungen’s work is a clever synthesis of traditional native themes and incisive commentary on modern consumption. Genius.
Oh, how fantastic! I love these.
Creeepy…In a semi-cool way. ;)
What’s that one orb-shaped one near the center? Does that represent all us numbskulls?
BS: The skull of a stillborn child. All are reproductions of members of the artist’s family going back a couple of generations. Pretty arresting.
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