Through each level of the evolutionary ladder, external and environmental forces - along with physical needs - have had an effect on the development of organisms. As species developed and populated new areas, the changed environment had influences on the continual development of these organisms, creating related species with dissimilar physical features. Simplified, basic features of cells, amoeba and skulls have been combined to create these sculptures which depict how modern life evolved from lesser developed organisms.
24 x 17 x 16 cm
Judges of the 2007 Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize: Laura Back (Curator of Art at Australian War Memorial and Curator (temporary) at Old Parliament House) and John McPhee (Art Consultant).
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