The Human-Animal Hybrid Sculptures of Kate Clark — beautiful yet disturbing lifelike artworks

Kate Clark, a Brooklyn-based artist, creates surreal, beautiful coalescence of human and animal sculptures. She uses regular sculptural elements, and real animal hides that make her artworks lifelike and so realistic… and a bit disturbing. It seems our genetic engineering has advanced profoundly and defied the natural order of nature. But no worries, the artist simply wanted to artistically depict the coexistence of humans and animals, exploring the evolution, history and relationship of both kingdoms.

“When encountering my sculptures, the viewer is faced with a lifelike fusion of human and animal that investigates which characteristics separate us within the animal kingdom, and more importantly, which unite us. The sculptures visually, emotionally and intellectually explore this overlap that exists across cultures, along histories, and within societies.” ~ Kate Clark

 

Please scroll down and enjoy these amazingly crafted sculptures.

 

Kate Clark Sculpture - Tale

 

Artist Bio:

Kate Clark is a sculptor who lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. Her sculptures synthesize the human face and the body of wild animals, exploring the overlap that exists across our cultures, and within our histories.

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All images courtesy of Kate Clark, and are published with permission.

For more info, please visit her:  Website  |  Facebook  |  Instagram

 

Kate Clark Sculpture - LickingThePlate

Kate Clark Sculpture - 3586

Kate Clark Sculpture - A-Small-Disturbance

Kate Clark Sculpture - 1245

Kate Clark Sculpture - Pack

Kate Clark Sculpture - 4589

Kate Clark Sculpture - Pray

 

 

 

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