Anthropomorphic taxidermy and the death of nature: The curious art of Hermann Ploucquet, Walter Potter and Charles Waterton.
Victorian Literature and Culture, 35 (2).
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Publisher's URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S1060150307051704
This refereed journal article was commissioned by the editor Barbara Gates following an abstract in response to a call for papers. It draws on talks and writing on taxidermy for the exhibition Nanoq Flat-Out and Bluesome by the artists Mark Wilson and Bryndis Snaebjornsdottir (Spike Island, 2004; Bristol City Museum 2005, Blackdog Press, 2006). This and other outputs formed the basis of a successful bid for AHRC research leave in 2008.
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