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HOMECOMING is an extension of photographs that evolved from UN/furled, a past exhibition in which I speculated on how museum artefacts made of fur might redress the history of the North Atlantic Fur Trade from a more-than-human perspective.  Working to point to the material connections between interior and exterior spaces, antique furniture physically pointed to the woodland these furry creatures once called home.  Four-legged tables covered in fur became “Furniture,” books covered in fur became “Further Reading,” and a hat rack covered in a fur shawl, hat, muff and stole was titled “Family Tree”. After the deinstallation of the exhibit, I took elements of the installation into the woods near my home to further visualize the material connections I was making between outside and inside worlds and offer these once animate beings a temporary visit back to their natural habitat.  

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