BuzzardFeed is a radical environmental art experiment, exposing animal carcasses for vultures to eat. Screened by a blind, participants will watch through binoculars while cameras capture close-up video. Volunteers will share knowledge about how awesome (and threatened) scavengers are.
BuzzardFeed erases the boundaries between art and environment, human and animal, creation and decay. It is an intense, visceral connection to natural processes that will evoke powerful feelings, positive and negative. It challenges our mental boundaries between what is brutal and beautiful, natural and artificial, subject and object, participation and voyeurism. It will stimulate discussion about mortality, natural cycles, and our relationship with the land.