Wren Macdonald: capstone
The artist's statement: I have been searching for a sort of quietness in my work, like that of a person-less forest, or of a small beetle crawling across soil, or of a wary deer - because I think my mind is most often loud and troubled with thought. Perhaps this is why I choose to construct animal bodies frequently. They are good at being without existential anxiety. I make work that urges a form of attention attuned to overlooked details. Minutiae, both tangible and intangible, are boundless and wonder opens a space in which beings interact and collaborate. I work towards trusting the intelligence ...
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