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New Species

" "Humans may have a natural tendency to dichotomize animals into those that we have a relationship with and those that we regard as things to be used (Arluke 1988). In popular culture, the Human is featured as a potential threat to the Nature. The animals were portrayed as objects of affection, threats, victims, imaginary and mythological beings, surrogate humans, objects of wonder. As objects that could somehow be used in one way or another for human benefit. The most frequent manifestation of the human-animal relationship on a daily basis is the act of eating the animal. It is argued that these themes represent archetypes reflecting the roles that animals have had in human cultural and psychological life since the historical origins of our species. Our society has witnessed dramatic technological and cultural changes, and our relations with other species are often not as direct as in the past."

Cover Artwork: New Species - Oil on Canvas 100 x 70cm, 2011

New Species, drawing, 40 x 30cm, 2011

New Species, drawing, 40 x 30cm, 2011

New Species, drawing, 40 x 30cm, 2011

New Species, drawing, 40 x 30cm, 2011

New Species

New Species, drawing, 40 x 30cm, 2011

New Species, drawing, 40 x 30cm, 2011

New Species, drawing, 40 x 30cm, 2011

Meat,installation-painting,2011

Meat,instalation-painting,2011

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