Frozen Specimens

June 15th, 2011 | Posted by Julie in art | R&D | research

Delightfully off-topic, but I think worth sharing. My curiosity research and development into the taxidermy process continues, and I’ve recently been able to decant my collection of frozen specimens to my studio. I quickly photographed them for logging purposes (see below), which oddly gave me a sense of connection. I now have an urgency to bring them into the world again, to relieve them of this perceived ‘waiting’ state.


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For me the frozen animals seems less dead than unfrozen ones, why is that?

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