For one reason or another, artist Polly Morgan has never graced our daily feed, despite catching my eye on numerous occasions. So, what better excuse to introduce her than to let you know she will be speaking to an incredibly intimate audience at The Wapping Project bookshop in February, more information here.
Using classic taxidermy processes, Polly removes her subjects from their classic poses and habitats, challenging the viewer look that them “as if for the first time”.
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