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10,000 Pigeon Feathers Cascade from a Bookcase in Kate MccGwire?s Latest Installation

   12 Aug 00:00:18  |  Digital Design  |  ThisIsColossal

Based in west London, artist Kate MccGwire is known for her serpentine feather sculptures and discomfiting artworks that coil and ooze in every direction. A recent installation follows in that tradition as it pours down like a massive gush of water from a built-in bookcase. Composed of approximately 10,000 pigeon feathers, “Discharge” stands nearly five meters tall and cascades to the floor in feathered ripples. While the plumes lining the main chute are in shades of gray, those at the bottom are lighter, evoking the ways water appears white when it crashes. More

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