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'Challenging the narrative' of African art - BBC News
"Historically, Ilha de Luanda - a sandspit off the shore of the Angolan capital of Luanda - was a fisherman's village.

Now it's the centre of the city's thriving art scene; artists there are encouraged to move away from traditional depictions of African society."
angola  luanda  art  atists  ilhadaluanda  bineldehyrcan  taxidermy  paulokussy  afrofuturism 
july 2017 by robertogreco
Guide to the Masters: the Science of Art Behind Nancy Graves - YouTube
"In this edition of Guide to the Masters, Christina Hunter, director of the Nancy Graves Foundation, sat with ArtInfo to talk about the illustrious, Massachusetts native her organization is named after."

[via: "natural history as a way of extending how artists see the world
#womeninscience #YesAllWomen
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7jcwLSy0QQY "
https://twitter.com/FSologists_AK/status/578402006890467328 ]
art  science  nancygraves  naturalhistory  2015  sewing  taxidermy  arthistory  christinahunter  artscience  space  glvo 
march 2015 by robertogreco
Video: Century-Old Taxidermy Yields Clues to Climate Future | Wired Science | Wired.com
"Those records now form an incredibly valuable dataset that just keeps appreciating. Jim Patton, director emeritus of the Museum, and a new team of research biologists have been hitting the fields of California to replicate Grinnell’s earlier study of the “faunal conditions” of the state. By comparing where thousands of species used to be found to where they live now, we can see how ecological change, most notably global warming, is pushing animals around."
josephgrinnell  animals  taxidermy  research  time  history  habitit  ecology  climatechange 
june 2009 by robertogreco
collision detection: 41% of museums don't know how dogs actually walk
"But the fact is quadruped leg-motion isn’t intuitive: When you close your eyes and visualize it, it makes more sense for the legs to alternate steps left and right, much like the screwed-up skeleton above. What we see in our mind’s eye doesn’t match what we actually see in the world around us — so we ignore the evidence in front of our eyes. It’s kind of like how Aristotle maintained that men had more teeth than women because it made more sense to him, and never bothered to actually check inside an actual woman’s mouth."
animals  motion  dogs  glvo  eadweardmuybridge  anatomy  museums  clivethompson  movement  animation  taxidermy  science 
february 2009 by robertogreco
The Taxidermy World Championships: Finding Life in Dead Animals - International - SPIEGEL ONLINE - News
"first time the event has ever been staged in Europe. It offered an unusual glimpse of a world as unsettling as it is fascinating -- one where the greatest joy comes from pulling the pelt off an alpine marmot or a white-tailed deer."
animals  taxidermy  glvo  craft  via:regine 
march 2008 by robertogreco
taxidermia - a photoset on Flickr
"Creatures & sculptures by over 50 taxidermy/cryptozoology artists that have been featured in my Taxidermia Wurzeltodensis post. Please find all copyright notes and links over there. Thank you"
animals  art  cryptozoology  taxidermy 
september 2007 by robertogreco
Suzanne G. - Giving Taste A Bad Name Since Kindergarten - Taxidermia Wurzeltodensis
Without further ado, here it finally is: The often-promised and long-awaited Taxidermy, Cryptozoology & Animal Curiosa Überpost - dedicated to a very precious and talented friend of mine: The lovely Jessica Joslin. Thank you for creating an outstanding o
animals  art  cryptozoology  taxidermy  glvo 
september 2007 by robertogreco

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