London, South Kensington
30 April 2009
I'm interested in making art that can be a mirror of the time that I'm in, art as a microcosm.
Matthew Day Jackson
Matthew Day Jackson (b. 1974)
Hung, Drawn & Quartered
steel, sculpey, scrap wood, quartered Balinesian carved teak eagle (found), feathers, beads, leather, Tibetan skull bead and epoxy
180in. (457cm.) diameter circle
Executed in 2005
Private Collection, United Kingdom.
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