Opossum

Opossum

“Opossom,” opossom, bark, digital image, glass; 16.5 x 13.5 x 3 Text on frame: When confronted by danger, the opossum can feign death. No amount of prodding, poking, or shaking will revive the animal from its catatonic state. Apparently the animal is incapable of any feeling, and does not flinch. Later, the survivor regains consciousness and slowly continues on its...

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Dancing Frog Trio

Dancing Frog Trio

  “Frogs,” frogs, sticks, metal, meter, glass; 11 x 14 x 2 Text on frame: Frogs are considered an indicator species, because they are the first to be affected by degradation of the environment. Over the past 50 years scientists have recorded major declines in frog populations around the world. Many frog die-offs are the result of local human...

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No Waiting Anymore

No Waiting Anymore

“Deer,” bones, sticks, bark, lichen under glass, 11 x 14 x 1.5 Text: what we really need / is / who we really are. / today / this week / this month / or years from now / we’ll know / that all this time was ours. / we spent it as we should. / our lives are in the balance. / there’ll be no waiting any...

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