Emily Valentine Bullock’s Found Animal Art

Emily Valentine Bullock’s Found Animal Art
Claudia Cukrov
  • 15 april 2009

Over the last decade Australian artist and jeweler Emily Valentine Bullock has developed a distinct style using feathers found from “road kill, cat kill and dead pets.”  Her series of feather-covered canines attempts to tackle changing attitudes towards the use of animal and bird parts within fashion.  The artist has recently been sourcing her feathers from found carcasses of the Indian Mynah bird, an introduced species commonly found within New South Wales. Presently the artist’s work can be seen in galleries, theatre, dance and performance.

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