Category Archives: human form

Gunther von Hagen’s Bodyworlds Exibition, Edmonton, Alberta

We drove up to Edmonton for Thanksgiving with family. While there we took in Gunther von Hagen’s Bodyworlds exhibition, . Over the last weekend the Science Centre was open 24/7 to cope with the crowd of people wanting to see it. Along with the many other procrastinators we lined up and filed in at 10:45 […]


More Artawearness IIX

Kris Hold, a 4th year sculpture student, crocheted “authentic smelling twine & translucent fishing line to build structural pieces that cover human bodies.” In this image I love the way the backs of the heads of those in the audience mimic the textures in the structural pieces. She is exploring “human form & sculpture”, a […]