Inside the world of Patricia Piccinini’s transgenic creatures

The Young Family, 2002
Silicone, fibreglass, leather, human hair, plywood
85cm high x 150cm long x 120cm wide approx.

Courtesy of the artist, Tolarno Galleries and Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery

Is art meant to be visually pleasing, a feast for the senses or should it rather serve as  food for thought, a catalyst for action and change?

Watch a short video about an Australian artist’s curious creations and see what you make of her art and its manifesto.

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