Parasites

Chimeras from the animal kingdom are very adaptable due to the fact they belong to two different kingdoms. Many are even commonly considered as “parasites”, since they proliferate on other living organisms within their reach. I have imagined that coral reefs and great clams, both endangered species, united their forces in order to survive and turned into chimeras. Once they have become rapidly proliferating and mutating parasites, these creatures end up invading each other.

White sandstone, engobe clay, enamel. 2008

 

Parasites

Chimeras from the animal kingdom are very adaptable due to the fact they belong to two different kingdoms. Many are even commonly considered as “parasites”, since they proliferate on other living organisms within their reach. I have imagined that coral reefs and great clams, both endangered species, united their forces in order to survive and turned into chimeras. Once they have become rapidly proliferating and mutating parasites, these creatures end up invading each other.

White sandstone, engobe clay, enamel. 2008

 

Parasites

Chimeras from the animal kingdom are very adaptable due to the fact they belong to two different kingdoms. Many are even commonly considered as “parasites”, since they proliferate on other living organisms within their reach. I have imagined that coral reefs and great clams, both endangered species, united their forces in order to survive and turned into chimeras. Once they have become rapidly proliferating and mutating parasites, these creatures end up invading each other.

White sandstone, engobe clay, enamel. 2008

 

Parasites

Chimeras from the animal kingdom are very adaptable due to the fact they belong to two different kingdoms. Many are even commonly considered as “parasites”, since they proliferate on other living organisms within their reach. I have imagined that coral reefs and great clams, both endangered species, united their forces in order to survive and turned into chimeras. Once they have become rapidly proliferating and mutating parasites, these creatures end up invading each other.

White sandstone, engobe clay, enamel. 2008