Aviary (Red-headed Woodpecker/endangered) by Sara Angelucci
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Pigment print on archival paper flush mounted to archival board
From the series “Aviary”
Signed, titled, dated, and editioned, au mount verso
Edition of 15
Printed in 2014
Sara Angelucci is an award winning, internationally exhibited, multi-disciplinary artist. Her practice often references historical representations via photographs; bodies of work that are supported by sculptural elements, performance, and the use of new media. Both Aviary and Arboretum delve into social and environmental concerns, exploring humanity’s conflicted relationship with the natural world.
In Angelucci's latest project, Nocturnal Botanical Ontario, the artist images plants that grow in the Pretty River Valley in southern Ontario, surrounded by the Niagara escarpment and a provincial park. These compositions uncover the ecological impacts of settler colonialism and global trade.
Read our 2018 interview with Sara Angelucci HERE.
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Woman Crush Wednesday: Sara Angelucci - Musée Magazine, October 2018Hamilton art exhibit weaves the immigrant stories behind the sewing of men's suits - CBC, March 2017
Behind the stone walls of Coppley (PDF) - Hamilton Spectator, March 2017
Combining 19th-Century Portraits with Birds for a Magical Effect (PDF) - Behold, November 2013
The Aviary: New Photographs by Sara Angelucci (PDF) - Design Observer, June 2014
From the Wondereur Series: Sara Angelucci: Aviary (PDF) - Lens Scratch March 2014
Sara Angelucci (PDF) - Ithaca Lit