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CAROL QUINT
Brooklyn, NY
Neighborhood: Dumbo



ARTIST STATEMENT: Currently, my thoughts are about impermanence and mortality. Politics and the environment continue to influence my art. However, the underlying message alludes to the symbolic links between life and death. My use of materials represent this view. Chicken bones are a primary element. They represent an internal truth and allude to an artifact. I believe in Jung’s concept of the collective unconscious, the accumulation of inherited experiences that live deep in the psyche. We unconsciously recognize the archetypes, a trans-personal symbol with latent familiarity that is older than the individual and the culture. The content and function of my work reflects both a sense of time past and time present, qualities that are in the nature of a relic.
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  • Last Dance
    2009
    wire,fabric, chicken bones   13"x10"x10"

  • The Walking Dead:Terrorist Bobblehead
    2011
    plaster, wire, leather batteries, chicken bones   19" x12" x 12"

  • Relic
    2010
    leather, chicken bones, paper   13" x 13" x 13"

  • Spirit House
    2010
    illuminated wood & chiken bones   10" x 12' x10"

  • His Story: All My Relations
    2010
    plaster, leather, chicken bones   15" x 10" x 10"

  • Prophecy
    2009
    wood, chicken bones   12" x 6" x 12"

  • Fool's Journey
    2012
    wood, chicken bones   15" x 13" x 15"

  • Iraqi Women
    2008
    wood, chicken bones   20" x 18" x 15"

  • Carcass
    2009
    plastic,leather, chickrn bones   5" x 6' x 16"

  • Bone Warriors
    2008
    wood, chicken bones   7"x 4" x 3" each figure

  • Still Friend
    2010
    wood, chicken bones   21" x 11" x 13"

  • Rest in Pieces
    2008
    wood, plaster, chicken bones, wire   10" x 21" x 10"

  • Woman in Bone Headdress: M4B
    2009
    B & W Photo with collged chicken bones   10" x 7"

  • Woman in Bone Headdress:C14B
    2009
    B & W Photo with collged chicken bones   10" x 7"

  • Woman in Bone Heasddress: M14B
    2009
    B & W Photo with collged chicken bones   10" x 7"

  • Woman in Bone Headdress:A27B
    2009
    B & W Photo with collged chicken bones   10" x 7"

  • Woman in Bone Headdress:G32
    2007
    B & W Photo

  • Woman in Bone Headdress:C32
    2007
    B & W Photo   10" x 8"

  • Woman in Bone Headdress:S21
    2007
    B & W Photo   10" x 8"

  • Apparition
    2008
    B & W Photo
 








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