Insatiable Curiosity



          Jacqueline McNally
Aesthetic Crossovers of Art and Science
              (VISA2214)
  Th...
The caption states that
the “figure has an
abundance of ears and
frogs on her robe (both
symbolising
inquisitiveness, the ...
“Cats are often included
in my paintings. Whether
they are the focus of the
composition, lying in a
ball in the corner or ...
Insatiable Curiosity
Insatiable Curiosity
Insatiable Curiosity
Insatiable Curiosity
Insatiable Curiosity
Insatiable Curiosity
Insatiable Curiosity
Insatiable Curiosity
Insatiable Curiosity
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A project using digital histology images from human sections and superimposing these as textures on paper mache cats.

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Insatiable Curiosity

  1. 1. Insatiable Curiosity Jacqueline McNally Aesthetic Crossovers of Art and Science (VISA2214) The University of Western Australia 30 October 2008
  2. 2. The caption states that the “figure has an abundance of ears and frogs on her robe (both symbolising inquisitiveness, the latter by their goggle eyes), her hair stands in end, wings on her shoulders, her arms lifted up- these physical characteristics symbolise that she is trying to move in order to hear and see news.”
  3. 3. “Cats are often included in my paintings. Whether they are the focus of the composition, lying in a ball in the corner or just another object in a still life, you will find cats in many of my works. This is just a reflection of real life, where cats figure in the same way - sometimes the focus of my attention, or sometimes a creature lurking in the Cat, Time and Curiosity Marcio Melo 2004 Acrylic on canvas 30″ × 24″ (76 cm × 61 cm) background.”

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