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波特兰艺术家凯特·麦克道尔(Kate MacDowell)(之前)继续在她的陶瓷雕塑中构建令人不安的人类和野生动物元素的组合。她用手工制作每一件作品,在挖空主体后,她往往会将细节层层叠加起来,无论是将人体头盖骨包裹起来的狐狸尸体,还是充满动植物的人脑。麦克道尔描述了她对材料的选择:我选择瓷器是因为它的发光和幽灵般的特质,以及它的强度和表现细腻质感的能力。它强调了在一个垂死的生态系统中,自然形态的无常和脆弱,但矛盾的是,它是一种可以持续数千年的物质。这幅作品被包括在纽约锡拉丘兹的埃弗森艺术博物馆(Everson Museum of Art)的一场集体展览中,该展览于2018年4月15日开幕。

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Portland-based artist Kate MacDowell (previously) continues to construct discomfiting combinations of human and wildlife elements in her porcelain sculptures. She builds each piece by hand, and often layers in details after hollowing out the main form, whether it is a fox’s body encasing a human skull or a human brain filled with flora and fauna.  MacDowell describes her choice of material:I chose porcelain for its luminous and ghostly qualities as well as its strength and ability to show fine texture.  It highlights both the impermanence and fragility of natural forms in a dying ecosystem, while paradoxically, being a material that can last for thousands of years and is historically associated with high status and value.The artist’s work is included in a group show at the Everson Museum of Art in Syracuse, NY, which is open through April 15, 2018, and she is also leading a week-long workshop on porcelain sculpting at Idyllwild Arts in California in June 2018. You can see more of her work on her website and Facebook page.
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