Christian Houge is a Norwegian artist residing in Oslo. For over twenty years. the focus of his work has been exploring the relationship and conflict between humankind and nature. His dramatic images of burning taxidermy animals elicit a strong emotional response, triggering an immediate reaction from the viewer. The extreme act highlights how humans are violently exploiting nature, and for which we consider ourselves superior above all living things, while questioning our self-perceived right to reign over nature and animals. Houge has exhibited extensively in galleries and museums in his native Norway as well as in the United States, England,...
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