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There’s something unsettling about American artist Laurie Hogin’s paintings. They feature landscapes populated by strange creatures with hollow eyes and sharp teeth.
These alarming birds and mammals look like something that might have come out of wayward algorithm deep dream, and that’s a compliment. Art should convey a feeling, and it doesn’t have to be that pretty. Hogin’s work with its nauseated coloured nightmare vision does this in droves.