Micromachina

Micromachina - bugs you can hang on your wall

Scott Bain’s explanation:

Once the stuff of science fiction, today flying and crawling insects are used by the military, fitted with audio and video devices. This exhibition experiments using real taxidermy beetles as mechanised shells, to show how we mistreat our fellow inhabitants, forcing them to do our will.

In other words, this is a cool way to stuff miniature figurines into dead bugs you find lying around your house. You know, because you’ve always wanted to.

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One Response to Micromachina

  1. Terrance Foxxe says:

    That was cool. I’d like to see the first one done large, and the tagged one reminded me of a 60s micro-bus.

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