The Elk and the Owl from the Observer's Blind Colin Boyd November 8 - 14, 2020
In this world, the Observer is in the moment of projecting wonders of mechanisms and narratives on these mysterious creatures. The Elk and the Owl belong to a new series of works that reimagine the animal kingdom through a distant and distorted lens. The subjects are selected from fables, myths, and historic phenomena.
Boyd's alternate biographical worlds are inspired by a hybrid interest in natural history, folklore and science fiction. The resulting sculptures, installations and stop-motion films often represent a collection of odd narratives colored by fantastical interpretations of nature throughout human history. View more of his work on his site.