Prey

Fae Logie,
Bowen Island, BC

Dimension

15" x 50" x 53"

Médium

Mixed media - fake coat, felt, mirror

A fake fur coat takes form, concealing or protecting a body hidden beneath the suggestion of a bearskin rug, the sleeves constricted by the thin steel line of a snare trap. Concealed in the collar, the label is reflected in a compact mirror revealing the word PREY in blood- red lettering. PREY speaks of the hunter and the hunted, the predator and the prey.

Prey

Fae Logie,
Bowen Island, BC

À propos de l'artiste
À propos de l'artiste

Fae Logie
Bowen Island, BC

Fae Logie's art practice concerns itself with connections between the poetic, conceptual and environmental within the context of real and imagined space. Predominantly based in sculptural installation, her work uses found and manipulated objects, drawings, video and photography to explore our relationship with our environment, both wild and urban settings, humans and non-humans. Interested in making correspondences between local and distant landscapes, she has exhibited and participated in artist residencies across Canada, including Dawson City, Yukon as well as Reykjavik, Iceland, King's Lynn, UK, Whangarai, New Zealand and Trondheim, Norway. Logie is part of the Vancouver-based artist collective, 'Art Is Land Network', often working on collaborative projects with other member artists including outdoor exhibits for Granville Island, Dr. Sun Yat-sen Public Park and the Vancouver Maritime Museum. She has a MFA degree from the University of British Columbia, though initially she studied science at Simon Fraser University, a discipline that continues to inform her work. Logie lives and works on Bowen Island.

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