by Jason Gray
I recently capped off my time here at UW Wood with my MFA show, Carcass. Held in the Image Lab of the Wisconsin Institute for Discovery, it was a continuation of the fictional world I started last year with the Werner Gray Monstruary.
Werner Gray dedicated his life to preserving the memory of monsters, through the reliquaries that he built for their relics and later with the Monstruary and its various forms.
Here are some process shots from the build out of the cabinets, as well as the newest monster reliquary. Check my earlier post to see the beginning of the cabinets.
Many thanks to Professor Lynda Barry, who graciously let me take over the Image Lab for a couple weeks. And also served as bartender for the opening reception.
The two cabinets that comprised the Carcass show have moved upstairs in the Wisconsin Institute for Discovery, as part of Prof. Barry's Stealth Sculpture project.