Beautiful hanging installations by Claire Morgan. A crow falling through a plane of strawberries? Yes, please.
so fucking rad
Yeah, Chad, fucking rad.
yeah Augman, yeah Chad, soo fucking rad.
yeah Keaton, yeah Augman, yeah Chad, soo fucking rad.
i love this.
AWESOME! but what is the fox walking through?
this is pretty rad
Yeah Steve, this is pretty rad.
Lovely. There is something about them that reminds me of Josh Keye’s paintings.
Where are these being exhibited?
fabfabfab! love <3
that is the coolest thing i have seen in a very long time!
geez how epic is that!
this is very fantastic
This is amazing. I can’t even think of any other words to describe how blown away I am!
taxidermy put to good use…
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Oh my god. That is very shiver-making. Very shiver-making indeed.
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i think those installations are great!
id love to see them for real…. tell me where ?
trying to work out how to do the skewed cube/cage thing would have made my head hurt. these are awesome
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WHAT IS THIS I DON’T EVEN
this is totally awesome piece of art.
Beautiful. I like the 3-Demensionality of it.
I think that gives it it’s uniqueness.
I wonder if different filiment types or different lighting would make them less visible ?
As out there in concept, design, composition and construction, with balance of subjects and great utilization of materials. I LIKE IT!!!!!
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wow. Beautiful. these would be a real experience to see in real life.
this is soo cool…
i just would like more info on the piece with the strawberries and the bird? what year was it built does anyone know? and where was it displayed??
Incredible… material work suspended in motion. I think I’ll write something about this. Does anyone knows how to contact the artist ?
That’s really cool! I’d like to see more stuff like this.
amazing installation, I love the crow through the plane of stawberries!!
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weird but I like it
totally tubular rad awesome dude! epic! fresh yeah!
Very interesting work. Compelling and very thought provoking too.
woooooow ! this stuff is rad :O your amazing ! :)
Fabulous, amazing, MOCA worthy
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Woweeee stunning stuff, absolutely love the fox in a box trap, truly a work of art. Very original are you inspired by the negative force of gravity? Thanks for sharing.
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oh man that makes me want to take a sword to those little tiny strings. i love it, it looks badass, but still zoloz
That’s just awesome!!! WOW
What a creation!
Wow! Pretty amazing!
Umm – so random and awesome!
your website is addicting.
how am i supposed to get work done?
im sooo confused, but this is sooo awesome
I just got a cool idea. What if you photographed these in stereographic! You know, when you take two pictures then play them back and forth fast so it looks 3D. that’d be awesome…
I don’t normally leave comments, but this is awesome.
These are amazing, it really does manipulate the mind. Where do you source your inspiration from?
Brilliant really and such a lovely plane of strawberries it is… It’s like a dream!
Wow.. these are beautiful. I couldn’t have even imagined these in my wildest dreams. I really like the strawberry one the best. It took me a minute to realize that these were real, and not photo edits! They are done perfectly.
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The suspension of objects creates such a sense of light and luminosity…these are beautiful pieces.
Really cool, the strawberry patch especially.
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