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Tom Browning

A tableau of unsightly worlds and organisms portraying the darker aspects of the human condition. Tom Browning’s practice revolves around the interrogation of the human condition through the use of inhuman forms, primarily presented through a sculptural context. In his most recent body of work, Browning has focused on the human/beast hybrids of classic folklore. Viewing these fictional half-human beings as primitive psychological mechanisms used to distance humanity from the violence of contemporary society, Browning attempts to subtly reverse this projection of society’s violence from the objectified non-human form back to its origins in the human condition.

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