Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Kate Clark

Kate Clark's work really caught my attention when I recently saw her stuff. Clark’s sculpture’s have sympathetic faces tinged with anger, regret or seductiveness, question what it is to be human. In an interview lark stated “I create sculptures that are natural animal bodies with faces that have been transformed to have human facial features,” Clark says. “The sculptures present the viewer with the human face, which they relate to, the animal body, with which they reject a relationship, and finally the fusion of these two parallel but distinctly different lives.” Interesting work visually-- but I still feel the more I read about her the more that her work can be pushed more... but cool stuff.