‘Fluid' by Claire Morgan Features Taxidermy & Festeri

By: Marissa Brassfield - Published: May 10, 2009   Updated: Mar 30 2011 • References: designtavern &
Claire Morgan's 'Fluid' installation features rotting strawberries and a taxidermied crow, and yet I'm still captivated by it.

Claire Morgan's 'Fluid' was created for Northumbria University as a part of their 'Building With Colour' exhibition. Her installation features a rotting cloud of strawberries, through which a taxidermied crow has fallen to his death. Creepy.

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