Not quite seeing eye to eye; Barry CLEAVIN; 1993; 1290

Name/Title

Not quite seeing eye to eye

About this object

A black etched image of a bird skeleton (left) and skinned cat (right) facing toward each other and contained within an interior space. The cat is half way inside, entering through a window. The interior has geometric shapes (rods, blocks and balls) scattered on the floor and fixed to the right wall, and there is an aparatus behind the bird skeleton that resembles a bird perch.

Maker

Barry CLEAVIN

Date Made

1993

Medium and Materials

Etching on paper

Place Made

Christchurch

Subject and Association Keywords

Interiors

Subject and Association Keywords

Geometric

Subject and Association Keywords

Animals/Birds

Subject and Association Keywords

Shape

Subject and Association Keywords

Architecture

Subject and Association Keywords

Anatomy/Skeleton

Collection

Dame Ann and John Hercus

Credit Line

Gifted by Ann and John Hercus in 2014

Object Type

Print

Object number

1290

Copyright Licence  

All rights reserved

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