Upon first glance, Teagan White's 'Specimen A' installation looks like a series of little cocoons collected from nature. A closer look, however, reveals that these 'organic' structures are in fact completely manmade.
Teagan White's 'Specimen A' is meant to shed light on our increasingly manufactured society. 'Specimen A' comes from a place where produce is engineered so as to be larger and rounder and where plastic surgery supplants natural beauty. It's a pretty thought-provoking piece.
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Teagan White's 'Specimen A' Mocks Manufactured Modern Society
- By: Marissa BrassfieldMay 11, 2009