Interiors for Dead Animals

Installation for the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles, Summer 2017.

A rearranged cabinet, a tower of curiosities, some posthumous vanity—interiors for dead animals. Far from the "new interior" Theo van Doesburg called for, these interiors, like their contents, are resurfaced relics, endangered styles, and full of fake parts. The tower housed animal and fossil remains during events throughout the summer. Each cabinet door opening triggered lights and specific sounds, animating lifeless specimens.

Built with La Culebra Action League. Project team: Dan Busby, Kevin Corrigan, Hanna Mesraty, Eliot Phillips, Hong Bae Yang.

Dune Ducts

Drawing In-Painting

10 Casts

Building Tables

The Buzz

Interiors For Dead Animals

Fast Food Fig. 1


Volumetric Thresholds

Stadtwald Dresden

Curtain Call

Counting Bricks

177 Livingston

The Putting Lot

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