They stoke and affirm the desire to hold and own—not just the thing itself but the images and ideas of nature that they communicate.
The primary mode of engagement from which to examine these issues is spatial.
Sitting atop a stack of empty crates, a taxidermy leopard reigns over a table and a shelf.
Human beings’ internal clocks and experiences are different: when it’s morning for some, it might still be night for others.
My affinity with architecture is thematic and goes into a genre that could be called pure fiction.
The power of art to complicate our most deeply seated assumptions about American history.