|Image credit: Leila Armstrong Ursus arctos horribilis 2008|
Working under the name 12 Point Buck (a reference to the hunting term for shooting a prized male deer with a 12-point rack of antlers), Armstrong and Duncan engage in a dialogue that simultaneously criticizes how we mediate our relationships with nature and sentimentalizes how wilderness tropes are cherished in our culture . . .
*To read the review in full, pick up the Winter 2010/11 issue of Canadian Art