by Mareike Muller in New Art on Thursday 25 October 2012

Unconscious gestures that say much more than words ever could tempts the interest of visual artist Beth Cavener Stichter. She observes animal body language and transfers it ‘into human psychological portraits’. So her animal sculptures, captured in moments of tension, are metaphors for us human beings, caught in situations like isolation, aggression, or fear. A very inspiring approach to re-thinking modern society.