Rise to the shrine. My interests are mainly based around the relationships between man and nature, in western culture. I believe that humans are separate from animals because humans can make choices in their responses to other people, most people can control their instincts and this is conditioned from society. Animals on the other hand, do not appear to be able to make the same choices. How much of there identity is actually them? We have pets we give them an identity, which is not necessarily true to their origins. In animations animals walk, talk and wear human clothing, animal prints on clothing with humanised characteristics, talking animals in advertising, but in other cultures it seems there is more respect for animals compared to western culture. I see that we humanise animals and give them different identity to the one that they were dealt by nature. I am celebrating this within my work, I see this as a phenomenon in its own right, (anthropomorphism), I am creating religious style iconography that pays tribute to this relationship.
Thursday, 27 October 2011
This was my first encounter with the plastic police after they tried to arrest me for pasting up art at the old bus station kiosk, fortunately i was let off. The paper that i am holding is document which sates that it was a miscommunication with the local arts council, Thanks for wasting my time.