Angela Singer




“Angela Singer has been mutating and transforming vintage hunting trophy taxidermy into contemporary artworks since the mid 1990s. Either encrusting the taxidermy with crystals and jewels, bronze flowers and beeswax, or ripping the taxidermy open to reveal wounds the taxidermist has worked to conceal, her art has attacted controversy for calling into question the unnecessary violence humans subject animals too.”

Dancing on the (fine?) line between whimsical and macabre.

(Angela Singer)

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