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Captivity

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How are animals depicted in art, and what does this mean for both the animal and us? And what does it mean to make and animal captive? Presented at the WPCC's and TWPZ's Animal in Art forum in 2009.

How are animals depicted in art, and what does this mean for both the animal and us? And what does it mean to make and animal captive? Presented at the WPCC's and TWPZ's Animal in Art forum in 2009.

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  • 1. The Art and Artifice of Captivity An Animal in Art Forum 26 March 2009 Western Plains Cultural Centre
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  • 6. Anne Zahalka Exotic Birds, 2006 Ilfaflex Type C print 80 × 80cm Edition of 10 + 2 A/Ps (c) Anne Zahalka / Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery Birds of Australia, 2006 (Gnarnayarrahe Inmurry Waitairie, performer) Ilfaflex Type C print 80 × 80cm Edition of 10 + 2 A/Ps (c) Anne Zahalka / Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery
  • 7. Lawrence Aberhart Moreporks, Taranaki St, Wellington, Wellington, 3 October 1995 1995 silver gelatin POP print, gold toned photograph (c) Lawrence Aberhart /Darren Knight Gallery Albatross [D. b. bullerei: At sea], Taranaki St., Wellington, 3 October 1995 1995 silver gelatin POP print, gold toned photograph (c) Lawrence Aberhart /Darren Knight Gallery
  • 8. Kate Rhode Emerald Cut Vitrine with Luxury Interior, 2006 Polyester resin and mixed media (c) Kate Rhode / Kalliman Gallery Orange (Pheasant and Pangolin), 2006 Polyester resin and mixed media (c) Kate Rhode / Kalliman Gallery
  • 9. Jennifer Mills Cameo (Indian Moustached Parrot) 2007-2008 Hand crocheted lambswool over taxidermied Indian Moustached Parrot, fig tree branch, marine plywood, sequins, glass beads (c) Jennifer Mills /Darren Knight Gallery Phoenix, Indian Blue Peacock (Pavo Cristatus) 2008-2009 (detail) Hand crocheted lambswool, cotton thread, and plastic over taxidermied Indian Blue Peacock (pavo cristatus), jute string. (c) Jennifer Mills /Darren Knight Gallery
  • 10. David Noonan
  • 11. Kylie Stillman light 2007, Carving from 200 sheets of cartridge paper (c) Kylie Stillman Yellow-throated Honeyeater 2002, Book carving (c) Kylie Stillman Pictorella Finch 2003, book carving (c) Kylie Stillman
  • 12. Nick Devlin
  • 13. Beverley Veasey Study of a Peacock: Pavo Cristatus, 2007 from Natural History #2 Lightjet print (c) Beverley Veasey / Stills Gallery Study of a Swan: Cygnus bewickii, 2006 from Natural History Lightjet print (c) Beverley Veasey / Stills Gallery
  • 14. Hayden Fowler
  • 15. Lynne Roberts-Goodwin BAD BIRD #14 , 2001 Digital photograph on aluminium (c) Lynne Roberts-Goodwin / Sherman Galleries BAD BIRD #7 , 2001 Digital photograph on aluminium (c) Lynne Roberts-Goodwin / Sherman Galleries YASHEN-SAQQAR PORTRAIT #7 2003 c-type photographic print/mounted 3.3cm aluminium, 120 x 144 cm (c) Lynne Roberts-Goodwin / Sherman Galleries
  • 16. Sam Leach Footless Peacock 2007 oil on linen 120 x 75cm (c) Sam Leach Peacock Observes Sputnik 2007 oil and resin on copper 30 x 20cm (c) Sam Leach
  • 17. Marian Drew 'Australiana' series 2003 Gicleé prints, 900x720mm (c) Marian Dew 'Australiana' series 2003 Gicleé prints, 900x720mm (c) Marian Dew
  • 18. Ben Quilty
  • 19. Trent Parke Owl and Jacaranda tree, 2006 from The Christmas Tree Bucket Pigment print (c) Trent Parke /Stills Gallery Sharkbay, 2006 from Welcome to Nowhere Type C print (c) Trent Parke /Stills Gallery
  • 20. Brook Andrew Ignoratia (Kookaburra), 2003 cibachrome print, edition number 6 from 10 (c) Brook Andrew Replicant: Parrot 2006 Ilfochrome print (c) Brook Andrew
  • 21. Michael Riley

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