New Zealand-based artist Karley Feaver creates exotic and unusual sculptures. Fever took taxidermied birds that have been combined with wings, human hair, golden beaks. And Feaver assures us that the animals were ethically sourced and died of natural causes.
“I am interested in the scientific, intellectual and aesthetic reasons behind the re-creation of the animal,” says Feaver. “I am exploring how each one could exist in a domestic setting by adapting to their surroundings. Through this, my investigations of the animals have developed by morphing animals and other various objects into newly formed creations.”