Rose Robson is a British artist who lives and works in London. She has recently graduated from Central Saint Martins, specialising in Sculpture. Robson subverts traditional taxidermy, creating swarm-like sculptures from a range of different bird skins. As an anatomical impossibility the work becomes something of a drawing in space, mapping out the long cylinders created when birds circle and coil in the sky, and channelling the dramatic impact of a swirling swarm, which slowly breaks apart as small groups of birds fling themselves to Earth.
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