Arts: SCULPTURE: Stuffed Moose & Stacked Tibia

Stuffed Moose & Stacked Tibias There is something distinctly unsettling about the welded metal sculptures of Richard Hunt, 32, currently the subject of a major exhibit at the Milwaukee Art Center. They seem deliberately designed to elude description. Some are needly and spiky, reminiscent of a mosquito—or perhaps a reconstructed set of blood vessels. Others are bloated, like an octopus with tentacles waving, a man-eating plant, or an anchor squiggling into a second life as a giant sting ray. Still others are stalklike, stiffly articulated into a stack of tibias, and...

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