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Human non Human Exhibition

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This set features objects from the Museum?s collection that were selected for the exhibition Human non Human. Human non Human includes four installations profiling the work of five artists, Maria Fernanda Cardoso, Dr Lindsay Kelley, Liam Young and the Dr Ken Thaiday Snr and Jason Christopher. Several of these artists included a range of MAAS objects to incorporate into their installations. Featuring a Beizam Shark Headdress from Dr Ken Thaiday Snr, botanical specimen models by Dr Louis Auzoux an...