Revealed

A blog about scientific and medical visualization and all that’s involved.

Brian Jungen–Sculpting with Found Objects

Posted by Janet on February 25, 2008

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Brian Jungen, a Canadian artist, assembles found objects into a form of different meaning. The set of skeleton shown above (I believe this is a whale skeleton, but please correct me if I’m wrong) is actually an assembly of plastic chairs. Much of his work incorporates modern materials into native art, among which includes a series of masks assembled from Nike shoes. To see more examples, go to this link: http://www.catrionajeffries.com/b_b_jungen_works.html.

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One Response to “Brian Jungen–Sculpting with Found Objects”

  1. Justin said

    http://www.lucienshapiro.com

    Another great sculptor with less application to Sci Ill but still inspiring.

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