Walking Wolf, 2018

Rossella Biscotti known for her investigative work of reconstruction and interrogation produced in 2018 Walking Wolf, a fully functional set of stilts (two pairs for back and front legs), and meet the ground in a wolf’s foot, cast in plastic. Merging the motif of ornamental clawed animal feet on oak wood with a tool for circus performance, Biscotti’s pedagogical sculpture proposes an awkward, risky, comical and ritualised encounter with lupine embodiment.

 

Rossella Biscotti
Walking Wolf, 2018
two pair of stilts made from oak wood and plastic cast of wolf feet (front legs and back legs)
200 x 3,5 x 3,5 cm each
Rossella Biscotti
Walking Wolf, 2018
two pair of stilts made from oak wood and plastic cast of wolf feet (front legs and back legs)
200 x 3,5 x 3,5 cm each
Rossella Biscotti
Walking Wolf, 2018
two pair of stilts made from oak wood and plastic cast of wolf feet (front legs and back legs)
200 x 3,5 x 3,5 cm each
Photo: Ros Kavanagh by courtesy of TULCA Festival of Visual Arts