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Christopher Musina

Artist Statement Submitted 2020

I’m tired of the anthropocene.
My work depicts animals as they exist within a world dominated by human culture. The images I create illustrate how in this anthropocentric age, animals exist as cultural objects, which tend to point back to a discomfort with our own animality. My recent work explores this as connected to ideas of “paradise” and it’s inherent flaws, posing questions about ecology, environmentalism, consumption, and the human condition - opening the floodgates to the realm of existential thoughts, fears, and anxieties.

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