E.V. Day’s aluminum, Snake, was inspired by works in her Spring 2011 International Artist-in-Residence exhibition, CatFight, which included five similar three-dimensional sculptures of cobras. Modeled after a popular hobby puzzle, Snake ships flat for the collector’s assembly. Once the pieces are extracted from the sheet of aluminum, the Snake transforms into a three-dimensional puzzle with remaining plate that can be displayed as a wall piece.
E.V. Day utilizes unorthodox artistic media including cat skeletons, children’s plastic toys, and replicas of animal tongues to touch on femininity and the humor of gender roles.
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