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A culmination of sculptural and drawn works by Kim Edgar that was completed during a month-long guest residency with The James Black Gallery. 

“The show is an exploration of the physicality of death as shown through animal forms. Living in the north, I have come across many dead animals in various states, whether as roadkill, hunted food, or bones and furs as decor. A recent family death prompted me to think about the more uncomfortable bodily nature of a cadaver. I have been examining those feelings through animals as a way to avoid the uncanny nature of more human-like images.”

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