Jessica Joslin loves dead animals and roadkill; her artist statement even includes that she sees beauty in the dead. In fact, Joslin loves dead things so much, she collects them and uses them in her work along with scrap metal, leading to taxidermy hybrid creations with a hint of detailed Victorian brass workings and clockwork.
The result of all of this are eerie, haunting sculptures that appear to follow you around the room.
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Jessica Joslin's Macabre Art Bone Creatures
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