Library Interventions. The Agents Respond: Helen Frank

Library Interventions : Sharon Kivland

Helen Frank

This agent will search shelves to find pictures of stuffed animals noting the anatomy of the little beasts in their various poses. Then will move on to other shelves to look for pictures of tasteful yet fancy apparel, paying particular attention to construction and tailoring. The discoveries will be filtered for their amusement and interest before being drawn in a style similar to the below. It is tempting to amalgamate the two collections to see what connections can be made between clothing and taxidermy.

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