January 10, 2010
The artfully imagined skeletal macrocosm that sculptor Jessica Joslin has constructed over the past 16 years teems with elusive three-dimensional mammalian, avian and insect forms. Many of these animals are articulated and movable. They are all painstakingly created from a complex assortment of disparate objects that Joslin has collected from the worlds of nature and of man.
A sport originating in South Carolina involving a trackhoe and a mudhole.