These might end up as drawings
I would happily supply copies of these images to the ‘arm’ that belongs to them
I had forgotten the power of depth of field. This image is of a bank of path slide smears with purple stains. Amazing abstract image.
A network of bodily paths.
A starting point in my work about the spaces of science for project 2. Someone has just left/someone is about to come in. Bare life.
This is from a group exhibition called flight Justin Gibbens, “Paradise nebulosa,” 2009. Watercolour, colored pencil, gouache on paper, 64 x 26 inches. At G. Gibson Gallery
I have a stack of images now and am trawling through to see if there are any good ones. This is from the Anatomy Museum.
Cane toads reached the Quarantine Station at the WA/NT border near Kununurra (as reported in The West Australian).
A chimerical portrait of Darwin — one aspect of his thoughts translated into a visual representation via animals.
One portrait of Darwin
Amateur footage by CFA volunteer David Tree http://player.video.news.com.au/theaustralian/?WbReiP1p5ONg3JLSMRELswy8O9r9Yt5Z
To celebrate the 200th birthday of Charles Darwin in 2009 and the 150th anniversary of the publication of his pivotal work, “On the Origin of Species”, the SCHIRN is pleased to present the exhibition, “Darwin – Art and the Search for Origins”. Darwin’s revolutionary book and the subsequent heated debates about origins not only …
http://www.snaebjornsdottirwilson.com/nanoq.php The Animal Gaze: Contemporary Art & Animal/Human Studies was a two day symposium (Nov 20-21, 2008) and exhibition (Nov 18-Dec 12, 2008) organised and hosted by London Metropolitan University at the Sir John Cass Department of Art Media and Design in Whitechapel, London (UK). The exhibition tours to Plymouth and Exeter in 2009. …