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Animal Becomings (2016)

Listening is a major part of dialogue. The ears of a rabbit are not only for listening to high frequency vibrations and energies , but a rabbit, while at home on the ground, uses his or her ears to facilitate travelling around ‘unmarked’ or unknown territory, in underground tunnels. Rabbits have 360 degree panoramic vision. Through emphasis on the listening and visual abilities, Grey Rabbit (2016) embodies new routes and pathways.

Rabbit I (2016)
Rabbit I (2016)
Black Clay and White Slip, oxides and lustre
37cm x 57cm x 67cm
Rabbit II (2016)
Rabbit II (2016)
Black Clay and White Slip, oxides and lustre
37cm x 57cm x 67cm
Rabbit III (2016)
Rabbit III (2016)
Black Clay and White Slip, oxides and lustre
37cm x 57cm x 67cm

ANIMAL Exhibtion at Tokara Delicatessen, Stellenbosch, April 2016 to September 2016. Curated by Ilse Schermers.


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