Whether the porcelain body of a sculpture is smooth or feathered or scaly, like the pangolin’s, the delicacy and precision of Harrison’s facture is visible in the surface of each of these pieces. No one would mistake a four-legged wolf for a bird with wings folded; nonetheless, the three-dimensional forms all have a fluidity of limb and wing, of tail and fin, that makes it easy to imagine them sharing their forms, especially in the fictive ocean where even wolves and lions live. Because it is shared throughout the artist’s oeuvre, this fluidity connects her distinctive beings to one another and all other creatures, including ourselves. Their boundaries are permeable, and that permeability invites us to identify with them — to feel their vividness, their immediacy, as a kind of kinship.
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