2007-2008 green grey or dull silver project

An art and science project about bowerbirds

Endler’s bowerbird research reported in Science Daily

  Professor John A Endler’s recent bowerbird research about male bowerbirds using forced perspective to make their displays more speccy has been reported in Science Daily.  Basically they arrange larger objects http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2010/09/100909122801.htm The original article: John A. Endler, Lorna C. Endler, and Natalie R. Doerr. Great Bowerbirds Create Theaters with Forced Perspective When Seen by …

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Aesthetics as a Way of Survival

  Dutch artist Germaine Kruip filmed satin bowerbirds in her work Aesthetics as a Way of Survival similar to my 2004 video work herethere(hide). Her film about the bowerbird poses the question relating to the »artificial« and the »natural« in a surprisingly new way, encompassing the whole exhibition with this dichotomy. Guided by visual similarities …

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