Coudal focused in on Nina’s series of Moss Maps, an interesting series in which she charted moss around her family’s home creating a sort of living atlas.
Personally, my favorite of her collection was Animal Crossdressing.
While visiting the Emperor Valley Zoo in Port of Spain one day, I met the zoo keeper who was in charge of the snakes. I watched him feed and care for the snakes over several weeks, and over time saw many mice, rats, guinea pigs and even rabbits swallowed whole. I never got entirely used to watching the feedings, and couldn’t squelch my sentimental response to devise a scheme for some ways the prey animal could escape its fate.
Nina’s solution, give a mouse a snake-suit and a snake a mouse-suit. The results are an odd pair animals that would both have trouble devouring each other.
Head on over to Nina’s site to see all of her great work.