Equine Eugenics/Time and Motion Studies
By James Sey This work takes its cue largely from Jonathan Swift’s great work of fiction Gulliver’s Travels (1723), in particular its Part 4, A Voyage to the Country of the Houyhnhnms. Swift’s inversion of the relationship between humans and horses, those animals of ‘draft and carriage’ that were to the pre-industrial age what motor cars are to ours, is long-forgotten for the satirical points...
Faustian slip Bronze - life size - series of five In 1898 the first international urban planning conference was convened in New York. No housing, land use, economic development, infrastructure or service delivery where discussed – horse manure was on the table, a problem so large that the delegates declared it hopeless and their efforts futile and adjourned after only three days of the ten day...
Horse Dancing.. what is that about?
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