Monthly Archives: October 2019

SALT CRYSTALS

By | October 21st, 2019|Art News, Art of Consumption|

Peacock feathers, dyed human hair, untreated human hair, salt and borax crystals, cypress tree, hat pin, 6″ x 3″, 2019. Feathers, human hair, and salt crystals My research into the structures of power and division between humans and non-humans begins with an investigation into the colonial history of Beacon Hill Park in Victoria BC. The [...]

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SYMPOIESIS

By | October 13th, 2019|Art News, Art of Consumption, Squirrealism|

Peacock feathers, acorn cupule, squirrel hair, human hair, 3′ x 4.5′, 2019. These assemblages represent the intertwining histories and shared space of the Indian (blue) peafowl, humans, Eastern Grey squirrels and Garry Oak trees in Beacon Hill Park, Victoria BC.Throughout occidental history, we have categorized humans as more-than-animal, and created boundaries and hierarchies in pursuit [...]

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Globalization of Animal Bodies

By | October 6th, 2019|Art of Consumption|

Human hair and peacock feathers, 3.5" x 1.5", 2019 My research into the structures of power and division between humans and non-humans begins with an investigation into the colonial history of Beacon Hill Park in Victoria BC. The Indian (blue) peafowl, similar to the Eastern Grey Squirrel (who had been brought from the east coast [...]

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