A careful collector of found objects and (ethically sourced) animal bones, Jessica Joslincreates delicate sculptures that gracefully encase skeletal remains in baroque ornamentation. Using antique metals from chandeliers, samovars and other Victorian-era relics, Joslin gives the creatures whose bones she utilizes a dignified appearance even in death. Her work is both decorative and visceral, as her intricate craftsmanship belies her haunting subject matter. The artist recently created a new body of work for her solo show, “The Immortal Zoo,”opening October 24 at the non-profit gallery Firecat Projects in Chicago. Watch a teaser video and check out our preview of her latest work on Hi-Fructose.
thewackygiant said: I'm not sure about last night's Doctor Who. Some of the characters seemed rather 2-dimensional. And some of the story felt kind of flat. ^_^ Just kidding. I couldn't resist. Nice job, everyone.
Jk to that jk. felt like the writer was off on this one… Overusing cliche things that either the doctor or Clara would say… Just felt forced and hard to relate to. The side effects were cool but the plot sucked… Womp womp womp
An unintended consequence of space exploration; Mars Gusta.