Members of the public whose day jobs make these parallel talks and presentations impossible to attend can content themselves with the constructive alienation of reading the works in situ, flensed
their discursive and didactic blubber.
He omits the gore--the heaps of heads, teeth, viscera, and bones collected for dumping out in the ocean; the flensed
skins rinsed in the sea and bloodying the water lapping at the beach.
the whale, much in the way sailors would have done on a whaling ship.
Other species were caught off the coast of West Greenland using the catcher boats Sonja and Sonja Kaligtoq between 1924 and 1954, and were hand flensed
along the coast (Kapel, 1979).
I know/those flensed
finches that chatter him awake, the way/their charred feathers snuff dreams/until they are blue as electric wires/clenched between his teeth/while the blind buffalo of the world slumbers on.
IAEve come through the fire of cancer and its treatment to this moment, have been flensed
to something essential.
Seidel takes the world literally, which is to say with its illusions flensed
With fingers feeling like deep-frozen sausages flensed
by bad frostbite, I focused my 'scope onto the grey mud beyond the winter-brown vegetation and watched equally grey and cold looking bar-tailed god-wit, dunlin and grey plover.
In Shapero's drawing Skinned Alive, 2004, one piece of paper, rendered with intricate markings that resemble fur, or perhaps tree bark, lies crumpled over another smooth sheet, like an integument that's been flensed
For flippers, we dissected out the humerus, which was then flensed
, boiled, and air-dried for at least two weeks.
Pathology of lesions observed in whales flensed
at Saldanha Bay, South Africa.
She lay on a chaise in a darkened bedroom of that quiet, discreet sanitarium [sic], waiting, counting the hours until the scabs that encrusted her flensed
skin should disappear.